Fort Worth

New Photos, Video Released in Stockyards Hit-and-Run

Father urges driver to come forward after crash

New photos and video are helping the Fort Worth police track down the driver wanted in connection with a hit-and-run in the Stockyards that left two women hospitalized Sunday.

Police revealed new photos Tuesday showing a three-tone 1998-2000 Crew Cab Ford F-150 pickup that is believed to have struck two young women celebrating a birthday in the entertainment area. Police released video of the truck Thursday.

The truck is black on top, tan in the middle and black on the bottom with a dent on the back bumper. The back license plate, police said, was a paper tag. The front plate was metal and the first letter might have been a "D." Police said the headlights and hazard lights were in operation before and after the hit-and-run.

The women injured in the crash, 20-year-old Amber Underwood and an unnamed 18-year-old friend, remain hospitalized but are expected to recover. Underwood suffered a fractured pelvis and injured knee and has stitches in her face while her friend has a broken leg.

Two young women are still hospitalized after a driver struck them and kept going early Sunday at the Fort Worth Stockyards.

Police do not have a detailed description of the driver but witnesses reported seeing him continue continued south on Main Street after the crash before turning west on Exchange Avenue and then north on Ellis Avenue.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fort Worth Police Department at 817-392-4891.

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