A woman who was injured Sunday night in a hit-and-run accident in Loma was still in serious condition at Saint Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Monday. According to the Colorado State Patrol, Marilynn Eggers, 66 of Grand Junction, has several broken bones and internal injuries.
Policec say Eggers was turning her pickup truck onto Highways 6& 50 after stopping at a stop sign on Highway 139, when she was broadsided by a semi-truck. The semi driver did not have a stop sign and left the scene without offering to help Eggers. The vehicle was seen driving off heading east on Highways 6&50.
Eggers was reportedly not wearing a seatbelt. The state patrol indicates the semi-truck should have moderate to severe damage to its left front. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Colorado State Patrol.
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