ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Santa Fe police are searching for the driver who slammed into an SUV on Saturday and drove away.
The woman in the SUV was sent to the hospital. Police say she was driving when a gold or brown car ran a stop sign and slammed into her at the intersection of Quapaw and Espinacitas.
The woman is expected to recover.
Now police are looking for the driver of the other car who is believed to be a man.
Witnesses told police the bumper of that car was dragging on the road as it sped away.
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