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This is a story of a Tuscaloosa MOM...Doing the right thing!!!! It's a sad story that contains a lesson about doing the right thing! Here's more from the Tuscaloosa News Team!
A 71-year-old pedestrian was killed Saturday night in a hit and run accident on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, according to the Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit.
A 19-year-old female was driving a four-door, dark gray Toyota Corolla and had two other teenage passengers in the car. The pedestrian, Andrew Lee Perkins, was walking on the sidewalk but stepped off the sidewalk and onto the roadway. He was struck by the Corolla's right front side.
The driver continued driving and drove to McKenzie Court, where they met one of the passenger's mothers, who drove them back to the scene of the accident. The Corolla was taken by police as evidence.
The Tuscaloosa Police Department's Accident Reconstruction Unit was contacted and responded to the scene. The homicide unit was also notified. All parties were interviewed and have been released pending further investigation. No alcohol nor any illegal substances appeared to have been a contributing factor to the accident, either by the driver or the passengers in the vehicle.