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January 05 07:39 PM

Deputies searching for driver of crashed truck

White male seen walking north on Old Mooringsport Road

Deputies are searching for the driver of the vehicle that crashed Saturday night - By Danny Lawler

 Caddo Sheriff's deputies are currently on the scene of a one-vehicle crash at the intersection of Quad J Road and Old Mooringsport Road north of Shreveport, near Blanchard.

Cpl. Robert Greer says a red Ford F-150 pickup truck apparently wasn't able to stop his truck while driving on Quad J when it came upon the intersection and stop sign at the Old Mooringsport Road.  The truck crashed after coming to rest down a small embankment on the side of the Old Mooringsport Road.

A witness said a white male was seen walking northbound on the Old Mooringsport Road however they have not been able to determine where the driver is or his condition.  

The tags on the truck do not match the vehicle.

Deputies ask that if anyone knows who owns the truck or who may have been driving the truck, to please contact the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office immediately at (318) 675-2170 so that they can find out if the driver is alright.

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