MESA, AZ - A single vehicle accident left a car propped up on its nose outside a Mesa gas station late Friday night.
The crash that happened at McKellips and Horne around 11 p.m. was not the first time, according to the Chevron station’s owner.
Witnesses who called 911 said the driver was running from the scene and injured.
The passenger car had landed vertically with its nose in the ground and propped up against a gas station sign and tree.
The driver was found a short time later and taken to a local hospital. There was no word on the driver’s condition.
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