CHARLOTTE, N.C. (NBC/WCNC) - Police in Charlotte, N.C., are looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run.
Video of the incident, which happened throughout the weekend, is attached with this story above.
You can see a man walking across the street when he is mowed down by an SUV. He was thrown about 10 feet in the air.
He was not seriously hurt and was able to make it to his home about three blocks away.
Meanwhile, the driver remains on the loose.
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