Garland Police Looking for Driver That Hit 18-Year-Old While Walking To School

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GARLAND – Garland Police are looking for the driver involved in a hit and run of a Garland high school student.

Police say 18-year-old Natalia Estrada was crossing Garland Road around six o’clock Monday morning when a vehicle hit her.

Garland police say Natalia had a broken leg and is still at Parkland hospital.

One nearby business sits right in front of the busy intersection. They checked their surveillance cameras for any possible clues.

So far no luck, but there are other cameras in the area.

Police say they’re looking for a gray, GMC pickup truck that may be involved in the crash.