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WF police looking for two women who left scene of accident

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Wichita Falls police are looking for two women who they say left the scene of an accident at the 1400 block of Southwest Parkway just after 8 p.m Wednesday night.

Officers say a car left Southwest Parkway heading east and struck a retaining pond and two fences before coming to a stop in a Mcdonald's parking lot. 

Police say the two women who left the scene face charges of failure to stop and report damage.

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