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Pasco Police are working hard to find the wild, errant drive who hit another vehicle so hard it sounded like an "explosion."

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Around 3 AM in the 900 block of West Octave St. Officers say the person driving a black Cadillac Seville (very similar to the one pictured here, supplied as example by Police) was likely speeding through the neighborhood.

They slammed into the back of a Jeep parked along the street, hitting them so hard they pushed the vehicle two car lengths, blasting into the back of another parked car.

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According to Police, witnesses to reported it heard what sound like an "explosion" which was the impact. Police were amazed the suspect driver was actually able to drive away from the scene before officers arrived.

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This is going to be a significant case of hit-and-run from all the carnage they caused. Police are advising anyone who may have information, to call (509-628-0333. All leads can be confidential. And, especially be on the lookout for anyone who may appear to be trying to store or hide a badly mangled damaged black Caddy.

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