The RCMP responded to a report of a hit-and-run on Tuesday just after 6 p.m. at the intersection of Gibbon Street and Pigeon Avenue.
When RCMP members responded to the scene the driver of a Ford Focus said the white Dodge Ram that had hit his vehicle had fled the scene.
However, while the police were there, the Dodge returned.
“A witness stated he had been behind the white Dodge on Gibbon Street, approaching Pigeon,” RCMP Sgt. Rick LeBeuf said. “The Dodge did not brake before the stop sign, and drove into the path of the Ford Focus.”
The Ford hit the passenger side of the truck, receiving significant front-end damage.
The Dodge, however, briefly stopped and then drove away.
While the Ford had significant front-end damage and was towed, the Dodge did not have any damage.
LeBeuf said the driver of the white Dodge reported feeling sick at the hockey rink and decided to drive home.
He was transported to Cariboo Memorial Hospital by EHS as a precaution, but was released shortly after.
Charges in this matter are pending.