Lewisville police are seeking the public’s assistance on a hit and run that happened overnight Tuesday.
Capt. Kevin Deaver said a pedestrian was struck Tuesday night by what they believe to be a white Honda in the 2300 block of State Highway 121 Business near the Corporate Drive intersection.
The 48-year-old male who was struck was taken by air to Medical City Plano where he remained in critical condition as of Wednesday afternoon, Deaver said.
The man is expected to survive, according to officials.
Police said the vehicle is missing a mirror on the driver’s side.
If anyone has information on the accident, they are urged to contact the Lewisville Police Department Crime Tip Line at 972-219-8477.
From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 721 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Forty-five people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police responded to 269 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 19 reports online.
Denton firefighters responded to 29 medical calls, one person search, one chemical spill or leak and three public service calls.
Argyle firefighters responded to four medical calls. Argyle police assisted one agency and responded to eight traffic calls and one medical call.
Aubrey firefighters responded to three medical calls and one traffic transport incident. Aubrey police assisted two agencies and responded to one criminal trespass report and five traffic calls.
Corinth police assisted one agency and responded to one structure fire, one harassment report, nine traffic calls, two traffic complaints and two traffic transport incidents.
Krum firefighters responded to one odor investigation. Krum police assisted one agency and responded to one harassment report, two suspicious activity calls and six traffic calls.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to eight medical calls, one structure fire, one traffic transport incident and assisted one resident.
Pilot Point firefighters assisted two citizens. Pilot Point police responded to one missing person, one suspicious activity call and one welfare concern.
Sanger firefighters responded to five medical calls. Sanger police responded to one harassment report, one assault or sexual assault, one illegal dumping call, two suspicious activity calls, two traffic calls, one welfare concern and two noise complaints.
— Megan Gray