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      Georgia State Patrol looking for hit and run driver in Talbot County

      An image of a late 2000 model Chevy Impala similar to the one beleived to be involved in the hit and run.

      Georgia State Patrol needs your help finding a hit and run driver from Talbot County that left a man seriously injured.The Georgia State Patrol in Manchester is searching for the driver of a silver Chevrolet Impala that struck and seriously injured a Talbot County man Friday night. The Impala is believed to be between the model years of 2007-09 with damage to driver's side headlight, mirror, and possibly the windshield. The victim is 51-year-old Wayne Willis of Talbot County. Willis was hit as he tried to cross Washington Street in Talbotton sometime between 8:30 and 9:45 p.m. He was airlifted to Columbus Medical Center with numerous injuries including a head injury, broken back and broken pelvis.

      The vehicle that struck Willis is believed to be a silver Chevrolet Impala between model years 2007 - 2009 with damage to the driver's side headlight, mirror and possibly the windshield.Anyone with information on the vehicle or the driver at the time of the crash is asked to contact Talbotton Police at (706) 665-3111, the Talbot County Sheriff's Department (706) 665-8314, Georgia State Patrol in Manchester at 706-846-3106 or local law enforcement.