ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com
A flipped over Toyota sedan sits near the railroad right of way after the vehicle rolled through a fence from Hwy 99 southbound just north of the Mitchell Avenue exit in Ceres.  The driver of the sedan wrecked after the driver of a black sedan (not pictured) cut the vehicle off before fleeing the scene.  The driver of the rolled vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital according to CHP officer T.H. Olson.  Due to the proximity of the accident to the railroad, train operators were notified and slowed their trains down as the wreck was cleared.
ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com A flipped over Toyota sedan sits near the railroad right of way after the vehicle rolled through a fence from Hwy 99 southbound just north of the Mitchell Avenue exit in Ceres. The driver of the sedan wrecked after the driver of a black sedan (not pictured) cut the vehicle off before fleeing the scene. The driver of the rolled vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital according to CHP officer T.H. Olson. Due to the proximity of the accident to the railroad, train operators were notified and slowed their trains down as the wreck was cleared. The Modesto Bee
ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com A flipped over Toyota sedan sits near the railroad right of way after the vehicle rolled through a fence from Hwy 99 southbound just north of the Mitchell Avenue exit in Ceres. The driver of the sedan wrecked after the driver of a black sedan (not pictured) cut the vehicle off before fleeing the scene. The driver of the rolled vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital according to CHP officer T.H. Olson. Due to the proximity of the accident to the railroad, train operators were notified and slowed their trains down as the wreck was cleared. The Modesto Bee

CHP: Noncontact hit and run causes Modesto rollover wreck

December 09, 2012 11:52 PM