GREEN BAY - A 23-year-old Keshena woman is hurt after a hit-and-run crash Friday night in Green Bay.
Green Bay Police say it happened on Manitowoc Rd. near Bader St. at about 6:30.
The incident started when two women had an argument. The victim left the scene on foot.
The other woman, a 23-year-old from Green Bay, got into her car and started driving recklessly.
Officials say the Green Bay woman intentionally hit the victim and sped away from the scene.
Nobody witnessed the crash, but a bystander saw the car speeding away and got a license plate number.
Police located the car unoccupied about a mile away from the scene.
Officials say the driver was apprehended within an hour of the accident.
Green Bay Police say they're requesting charges of 1st Degree Reckless Injury.
The victim is in serious but non-life threatening condition.
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