A Saturday afternoon hit-and-run crash caused a FedEx truck to ram into the front of a Beverly Hills home.
According to a Citrus County Fire Rescue (CCFR) report, responders were dispatched at around 1:19 p.m. to the house near the intersection of South Barbour Street and Regina Boulevard, where the delivery vehicle had knocked down a portion of the home’s front wall.
Its driver suffered minor injuries. The home was unoccupied at the time of crash, according to CCFR.
CCFR’s report states that a gold sedan ran a stop sign at a nearby intersection and collided with the FedEx truck, causing it to veer into the house, and the car to travel into the front yard of a neighboring lot.
Witnesses spotted the sedan’s driver, a black man dressed in a white shirt, get out of the car and enter a white vehicle that picked him up and left, traveling west toward County Road 491, according to CCFR’s report.
Citrus County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Jodi Sanders said deputies are still investigating the crash.
After FedEx moved its packages to another transport, and its damaged truck was towed, CCFR firefighters shored up the structure of the impacted home.