Two more victims in rash of St. Louis hit-and-run

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Another hit and run in north St. Louis. This makes three in that area in just over 24 hours.

The latest victims are two men. Fortunately, their injuries are described as non-life threatening. Police say that both men are stable.

The latest scene unfolded about 10:20pm Wednesday at Dr. Martin Luther King and North Kingshighway. Police say the two men were hit by a burgundy sedan that sped off following the incident. Investigators believe the two men were hit on Dr. king just west of Kingshighway near Sherman Park.

Both victims are adult men. one is in his 40`s. We don`t the age of the other victim. We also don`t know the names of either man.

This incident comes on the heels of two deadly hit and runs Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Just after midnight Wednesday police were called to the intersection of North Grand and Cottage. That`s where they say a woman was crossing North Grand when she was hit by a gray or silver Chevy Malibu speeding south on Grand.

Police say the car sped off after hitting the woman. She was pronounced dead at a hospital and her name has not yet been released.

Then a little before 9pm Tuesday police say Percy Wade, 45, was hit by a car and killed at North Florissant and Sullivan. Investigators tell us wade was walking across North Florissant when he stopped in the center turn lane near Sullivan. That`s when police say a white Chevy Impala speeding south on north Florissant slammed into wade then took off east on Sullivan. Wade was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Investigators don`t believe any of the hit and runs are related. Police have no suspects in any of the cases.

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