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Well, the driver who hit the other vehicle would still be liable, but it would be a matter for insurance to pursue, not the police, since the 2nd driver left the scene. Certainly, leaving the scene creates a window of doubt with regard to the damage, but it's not really enough to get the at-fault driver off the hook.

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