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Woman injured in hit-and-run wreck
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Deputy First Class Randy Burton looks at the damage done to the vehicles involved in Thursday's accident. - photo by Emily Saunders
Two Forsyth County teenagers have been charged for fleeing a wreck that left a 20-year-old woman hospitalized.

According to a Forsyth County Sheriff’s report, Danielle Kromer was taken to North Fulton Regional Hospital with serious injuries after the collision, which occurred about noon Thursday at Market Place Boulevard and Turner Road.

Kromer, of Heatherwyn Way, was listed Friday in stable condition, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Authorities said Steven Spencer Allen and passenger Jeffrey Scott Meyers, both 17, ran off after Allen’s 2005 Honda Passport collided with Kromer’s 1993 Toyota Celica.

Kromer was traveling south on Market Place when the Honda, traveling west on Turner Road, didn't stop at a stop sign and struck her vehicle, authorities said.

The impact pushed the Celica into a 2000 GMC pickup, which was in the right turn lane heading south on Market Place from Turner.

The driver of the truck, 32-year-old Richard Guerrero Vargas of Buford, was not injured.

Authorities said Allen and Meyers were picked up later on Ga. 400 by an off-duty Alpharetta police officer.

Allen, of Rising Mist Lane, was charged with felony hit and run, obstruction of a peace officer, failure to stop at a stop sign, driving on a suspended license and no insurance.

Meyers, of Hidden Creek Point, was charged with failure to render aid after a crash and obstruction of a peace officer.

A county jail spokesman said Allen was released late Thursday after posting $8,750. Meyers is being held without bond.

Residents who live in the area complained about the crossing, which is at the crest of a hill, shortly after it opened last year.

They’ve said it's unsafe because of limited visibility and speeding. Motorists are forced to pull past the stop signs to see beyond the guardrails and check for oncoming traffic.