Deputies still searching for 2 hit-and-run suspects after workers hit in front of Ft. Bend Co. church

Monday, November 2, 2020
3 workers hit in front of church by out-of-control vehicle
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In the video, SkyEye captures scenes in the wake of a hit-and-run crash in front of a Fort Bend County church.

ROSHARON, Texas (KTRK) -- A search continued into Monday afternoon for two people who ditched a vehicle after hitting three men working on a fence in front of a church in Fort Bend County.

According to the county's sheriff's office, the incident happened Monday morning between Scanlan Road and Sienna Point Drive, which is not too far from FM-521.

Deputies said a vehicle lost control before the crash.

The occupants of the vehicle fled the scene on foot, deputies said.

Of the three men hit, two of them were taken to the hospital - one by LifeFlight and the other by ambulance. They were stabilized at the hospital.

The third person was treated at the scene.

SkyEye over the scene found a vehicle and fencing damaged in the area.

The sheriff's office did not immediately give descriptions of who deputies are seeking.

This is a developing story. All updates can be found in this article.

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