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Pedestrian flown to Vandy after hit-and-run

CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A pedestrian was flown to Vanderbilt Medical Center after a hit-and-run in Clarksville.

The collision happened at about 9 p.m. on Tiny Town Road near Twelve Oaks Boulevard.

A police officer spotted the victim in the road and stopped to help.

According to a news release, the victim was unresponsive when the officer arrived.

Police are searching for a dark colored van or SUV with heavy front-end damage.

Call Clarksville police if you have any information regarding the collision.

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