From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE –Brandy Blake was working her shift at Ken’s BBQ in Trussville with her 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix parked in an employee parking lot directly behind the restaurant along Mary Munger Road. At some point while she was working, it was struck by another vehicle believed to be a GMC Yukon.
The Trussville police are investigating the incident.
Blake said she believed the damage was done between 4 p.m. when she had taken her last break and 6 p.m. when her shift ended.
“I was working and someone hit it and ran;” Blake said. “No one saw anything. My husband did some research on the parts left at the scene, it was a GMC Yukon, from the numbers we researched.”
Blake’s husband, Craig Blake, collected parts left by the the vehicle that hit his wife’s car and checked the part numbers.
His research showed the parts came from a GMC Yukon, possible a 2007 to 2014 model. He passed that information on to Trussville investigators.
“The Yukon would have front end damage, especially on the passenger side front corner,” Craig Blake said. “There will be a fog light missing.”
If you have any information regarding the incident, please call Trussville police at 655-2101.
Catch that driver!!
Anthony N Brooke Dobbins
Too many sorry people in the world
That crap! I hope someone talks too much and the right person finds out. Can’t stand this kind of thing.
I really hope they find them! I’m sorry this happened to you! I’m so tired of this type of thing going on and drivers with no insurance!
I will not get on my soap box! God bless you and I hope things work out!