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Sacramento Manhunt Underway for Black Tahoe in Triple Homicide Case

Car accident in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In a serious hit-and-run incident occurring on Sunday evening, Sacramento authorities are currently on the lookout for a black SUV involved in injuring three individuals. The vehicle, described as a black Chevrolet Tahoe model from the years 2007 to 2014, was involved in a collision that took place around 5:23 p.m. at the intersection of Dos Rios Street and North 12th Street.

The Sacramento Police Department reported that the SUV struck a tent containing three people. Following the incident, all victims were transported to a hospital with severe injuries. As of the latest updates, two of the individuals are in a critical but stable condition, while the third remains in critical condition with significant injuries sustained from the crash.

Lamentably, the suspect vehicle fled the scene, and the authorities have not been able to identify a license plate from the released images. The Sacramento Police are soliciting the public’s assistance in tracking down the car and are urging anyone with relevant information to come forward. Tips can be relayed through contacting the police directly or via Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers.

The police are determined to continue their investigation and appeal for public vigilance in contributing any leads that could aid in resolving this case. As the search proceeds, the well-being of the injured remains a paramount concern. Law enforcement officials have not disclosed additional details at this time but are expected to provide updates as the investigation unfolds.

Source: KXTV