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Driver To Be Interviewed

Jeff Garretson - November 22, 2013 10:25 am

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The Saline County Sheriff’s Office has identified the truck involved in a hit and run accident that damaged a guard rail this week.

According to Sheriff Glen Kochanowski, media reports led to calls from citizens in the area who saw a 2004 Freightliner truck that had damage described on KSAL.com.

Sheriff Kochanowski tells KSAL News that the truck is owned by Kejr Farms and the driver will be interviewed when he comes back to Salina.

Deputies worked the scene on Wednesday on E. Mentor Road at S. Ohio

Saline County Road and Bridge Supervisor, Dave Nowak estimates the cost to replace the guard rail and stop sign will be about $3,000.

Sheriff Kochanowski says the driver, who has not been identified could face charges in the case.

Fuchs Mi

November 23, 2013 at 12:19 am

Something fishy about all of this. How would any witness know the year of a semi and the make of it unless they were standing right at the accident scene. If that were the case then why did they not report it right then and there? Know way would they know the year so evidently the sheriff is producing his own evidence to try to hang someone. This is what happens when you have a old guy who should have retired years ago in a position of authority. Next he will go back to beating guys out in the county like he did when he first joined the police department. Yes there are still people living in Salina who know just went on back then.

Jackson Bogart

November 23, 2013 at 11:56 am

Ya something is fishy about this alright!! How can one BOZO come up with so many stupid questions in one post??

Fred Hanson

November 24, 2013 at 7:47 pm

Here you go calling another person your mothers name what is with you?

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