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Posted: 9:21 p.m. Saturday, May 25, 2013
VACAVILLE, Calif. —
A suspected DUI driver was arrested in Vacaville Saturday evening after he hit a teenage pedestrian and fled the scene on foot, only to turn himself in later.
Vacaville Police officers told KTVU that around 6:45 p.m. a 21-year-old Fairfield man struck hit a 14 year old girl who was walking across the street at Nut Tree Road and Alamo Drive in Vacaville.
After the collision, the driver took off on foot and succeeded in escaping arrest.
However, his passengers called him up and told him he needed to return to the scene.
Police say the driver later turned himself in and was charged with felony drunk driving.
The teenage girl who was hit and a 14 year old boy who was in the car were both hurt, but were expected to survive, according to police.
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