Tow truck driver injured in hit-and-run crash

SALEM, Ore. — Police have the right-side mirror from a car that hit a tow truck driver Sunday night on a Salem street.

They're looking for the driver of the car that left the scene.

Police say the driver was loading a vehicle and had emergency lights activated when he was knocked down. Medics took him to Salem Hospital with injuries described as non-life-threatening.

The owner of Affordable Towing, Jack Conwell, identified the driver as Craig Mackenzie. Affordable Towing is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case, Conwell said.

The passenger-side mirror broke off, and police believe the car likely has scrapes and possible body damage on the right side.