BUTTE — Butte police are looking for the public’s assistance in figuring out a car concerned in a strike-and-run at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday in close proximity to Western Boulevard and California Road.
The victim was Montana Tech men’s basketball coach, Adam Hiatt.
Officers have been termed to the space to look into an accident wherever a bicyclist was hit by another person driving a pink or maroon Buick sedan.
Hiatt, the bicyclist, informed officers he was northbound on Western when the Buick struck him from the left side, creating him to land on the hood of the Buick and then falling to the floor. The Buick continued north.
The target had quite a few scrapes and bruises and may have endured accidents to his collarbone. A non-public celebration transported him to St. James Healthcare, where by he was dealt with and introduced.
The sedan has been explained as maybe manufactured in the early 2000s. There are scratches on the passenger aspect and it will be missing a passenger-facet windshield wiper.
To assistance in the investigation, law enforcement are asking anyone living in the spot with protection cameras to view their footage and get in touch with them at 406-497-1120 if there is everything applicable to the scenario on the movie.
The strike-and-operate remains beneath investigation.