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URGENT (again): NOLA Hit and Run (again). Help ID the driver (again!).

This is our second hit and run video in a week. Last time, you helped ID the driver and bring him to justice. Let's do it again!

Please help us find the driver of the vehicle who struck and seriously injured our friend and client, Michelle Phillips on Tuesday, September 27, 2016.

The vehicle appears to be a white Toyota Solara convertible with a tan top that ran a stop sign at Esplanade Avenue and Crete Street in New Orleans.

As shown in the video, the driver fled the scene. NOPD detectives are working the case.

We are now involving the bicycling community and the public to report any vehicle fitting this description to us ([email protected] or 504-274-2500). Thank you in advance for any help.

This is our second such video in a week from New Orleans.  In the last one, publicity helped ID the driver.

 

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