Nov 18, 2013 6:15 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - Police are looking for several hit and run drivers responsible for crashes over the weekend. One of the crashes left a motorcyclist on life support.
Last night, a 57-year old man's leg was broken after he was hit by someone driving a red Lincoln Navigator along Leopard Street. As of this afternoon the driver of the Lincoln hasn't been found.
On Friday night, someone driving a black Chevy Camaro drove into a ditch near Ayers and S.P.I.D. then jumped out and took off running. A woman left behind in the car was cited for public intoxication.
Just before that crash cops were called to another hit and run crash involving the same type of car. Police are still looking into whether the driver was involved in that crash as well.
Meanwhile, a Corpus Christi Army Depot worker remains on life support as doctors prepare to harvest his organs for donation.
Police say a car backed up into the S.P.I.D. access road right into the path of Juan Villarreal Sr.'s motorcycle. Villarreal struck the side of the Chevy Malibu.
The driver took of running and left his injured passenger behind.
If you have any information on these cases, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS.