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BOYNTON BEACH (CBSMiami) — Boynton Beach Police have arrested a woman they say was involved in a hit and run on Tuesday.

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Officers arrested Christina Williams, 52, in connection to the hit and run which left one person critically injured.

Officers said  a white Toyota Echo with the Florida tag number U544UI slammed into a person driving a moped near Quantum Boulevard and West Gateway Boulevard and sped off.

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Rescue crews rushed the injured moped driver, identified as Larry Thompson, 53, of Lake Worth to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert. As of Tuesday evening, he was on life support.

As for the alleged driver, police said Williams was later located and arrested at a friend’s house at 525 South C Street in Lake Worth. She is being charged with leaving the scene of a crash with serious bodily injuries

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During the investigation of the hit and run incident, Eastbound Gateway Boulevard was shut down from Congress Avenue. It was later reopened.