A local attorney is looking for more information after his wife was involved in a hit-and-run accident in West Alabama Thursday.

Paul Patterson, founding member of Patterson Comer Law Firm in Tuscaloosa, said his wife, Katie, was driving yesterday when her vehicle was struck by a late-model Dodge Durango at the intersection of the Jack Warner Parkway and the Bryant Bridge at approximately 12 noon.

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Patterson said that the female driver of the Dodge Durango fled the scene of the accident.

"If you see a newer model Dodge Durango with significant damage on the passenger side, please feel free to contact me," Patterson posted to social media.

Patterson Comer Law Firm may be reached at (205) 345-1000.

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