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Police search for a suspect who fled the scene of a rollover

Amarillo, TX - Amarillo police are searching for a suspect who fled the scene of a rollover.

It happened around 5:30 Monday afternoon at 19th and Nelson.

Police say a grey car collided with another vehicle, sending it rolling onto its top.

The driver of the grey car then fled the scene before officers arrived.

There were only minor injuries reported, and investigators are still working to determine what caused the wreck.

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