Driver located in hit and run at The Atrium

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Grand Junction police investigate an accident in the parking lot of The Atrium on North Twelfth Street that sent one to the hospital this morning.

The driver in a suspected hit and run accident at The Atrium,  3260 N. 12th St., has been interviewed by police but was not arrested. The accident sent one man to the hospital who was alive Tuesday afternoon, but his identity and condition was withheld pending notification of kin, police said.

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