Suspect in Carmel Valley hit-and-run arrested

By City News Service

A hit-and-run crash in Carmel Valley late Tuesday afternoon led to an arrest, California Highway Patrol reported.

A Ford pickup collided with a Honda Civic at 5:06 p.m. on northbound Interstate 15, just north of Carmel Valley, and the truck’s driver failed to stop, according to the CHP.

An arrest was made about 6 p.m., the CHP reported, but no details were immediately released.

The other driver was hurt, but did not require hospitalization, according to the CHP.

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