ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Police are searching for a person involved in a hit and run after a bucket truck struck two vehicles and a house in northeast Roanoke early Wednesday morning.
According to Roanoke Fire-EMS, crews responded to reports of a vehicle crashing into a structure shortly before 5 a.m. on Wednesday, May 26 in the 100 block of Trinkle Avenue NE.
When units arrived at the scene, they discovered a bucket truck had hit two vehicles and a carport, scraped the side of a house, and cut the AEP service line to the house.
A department representative told WFXR News that the house did not sustain much damage from the crash.
However, homeowner Elmer Hernandez spoke with WFXR News’ Aaron Farrar, saying his car was damaged and his carport was destroyed, along with a gate, bikes, a lawnmower, and some other things in his driveway.
In addition, there are no reports of injuries or displacements.
The investigation into Wednesday morning’s crash is reportedly being handled by the Roanoke Police Department.