SEATTLE -- Police are looking for the driver who allegedly ran into a man waiting at a Greenwood bus stop Sunday night, backed up and hit him again before running off into the neighborhood.
According to the Seattle Police Department, the victim was waiting with a friend at the bus stop near Fremont Avenue North and North 105th Street around 11:36 p.m. when what is being described as a 2000 Ford Mustang convertible hopped the curb and hit him.
The Mustang kept going, striking two parked cars, before backing up and hitting the victim a second time, according to police.
When the Mustang finally got stuck on the curb, the driver got out, fought off the victim's friend who tried to detain him, and ran off north on Fremont Avenue, according to police.
Officers were unable to find the driver, and the victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center for his injuries.
Police do not yet know why the driver jumped the curb and hit the victim.