The investigation is ongoing. The Ithaca Police Department asks anyone with information regarding this incident to contact them at (607) 272-3245, the Police Tipline at (607) 330-0000, or the Anonymous email tip address: www.cityofithaca.org/ipdtips. ITHACA (WBNG) — Ithaca police responded to a personal injury motor vehicle crash yesterday evening on Fairgrounds Memorial Parkway. According to police, the crash followed a physical dispute. A vehicle leaving the scene hit a female and fled the area. The victim was taken to a regional trauma center and the extent of their injuries is still being determined. Police say the suspect vehicle was described as a dark colored, four door sedan. The driver of the vehicle has not been identified. The Ithaca Fire Department, Bangs Ambulance, and the NY State Police assisted the Ithaca Police at the scene.
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