MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – A wild rollover hit-and-run crash was caught on camera in southwest Miami-Dade Monday morning.
According to Miami-Dade police, the incident was reported around 7:30 a.m. at the intersection of Southwest 137th Avenue and Southwest 260th Street, in Miami-Dade County’s Naranja area.
Local 10 News obtained surveillance video Tuesday of a white SUV switching lanes and then flipping over after it collided with two parked cars in the area.
Police said it is unclear if anyone sustained injuries during the crash.
The damaged tow truck remained in the parking spot on Tuesday evening, one day after it was hit.
Additional surveillance video shows one person walking away and then sprinting from the crash scene shortly after it occurred.
Shawn Kunselman, who lives nearby the scene of the crash, described the moment when he heard the impact coming from outside of his home.
“I got off my couch, went to the balcony, and there was a suburban flipped over on the pavement,” he said.
Kunselman told Local 10 that he believes that police are looking for the same man he saw crawling out of the SUV that was caught on camera.
“It was a gentleman in a blue and white jacket and faded jeans. I saw him as he was crawling out. He seemed disoriented. He went back inside the car I guess to get a few things,” he said.
Authorities were not able to confirm whether or not that person is considered to be a suspect in the incident.
Detectives said the crash is being investigated and anyone with information is urged to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-9477.