Search on for driver in Stone Mountain hit-and-run

Authorities are searching for a driver who hit and seriously injured a woman without stopping.

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Authorities are searching for a driver who hit and seriously injured a woman without stopping.

Stone Mountain police are searching for a driver who hit and seriously injured a woman without stopping.

The woman, identified as Patricia Sabatelle, 66, of Stone Mountain, was hit by a white Dodge Charger in the 1000 block of Main Street about 3:35 p.m. Monday, police said.

"The Stone Mountain Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify the suspect in this crime,” Sgt. Manuel Norrington said.

When police arrived, Sabatelle was lying on the street. She was bleeding from her forehead and said she couldn’t move her arm, according to the incident report.

None of the people on the scene saw the incident, police said. A description of the car was given to police dispatch by an unknown caller.

Medical officials determined Sabatelle suffered a dislocated shoulder and other injuries to her lower torso, according to the incident report. She was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital.

Anyone who saw the hit-and-run or has knowledge of the incident is asked to call Stone Mountain police at 770-879-4980.

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