Two With Potential Information Sought In Fatal Hit and Run

KSAL StaffJune 4, 2013
Investigators from the Saline County Sheriff's Office want to speak with two people as an investigation into a fatal hit and run accident continues.

Investigators from the Saline County Sheriff’s Office want to speak with two people as an investigation into a fatal hit and run accident continues.

Deputies arrested 62-year-old Lewis Grider of Salina late Friday evening. He is accused of hitting 49-year-old Gail Lynne Kline, who was riding a bicycle on West Crawford Street west of Salina Friday morning. She was found lying in the North ditch by a passerby.

Now, deputies are looking for two more drivers who were in the area.

A male driver of a white sports utility vehicle who may have stopped to help the driver of a white full sized van after a the accident, between the hours of 8:20-8:45 a.m.

The Sheriff’s Office also wants to speak with a female driver of gray sports utility vehicle who was “waived through” the bicycle accident scene by civilians at approximately the same time.

Neither is a suspect in any crime or accident. The Sheriff’s Office simply wishes to speak with the drivers as they may have information helpful in the investigation of a hit and run accident.

Grider was booked into the Saline County Jail on charges that could include involuntary manslaughter.

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