Just after 11 pm a former Caney Creek firefighter was in his home on Wooded Trail in the Bennette Subdivision watching television when he heard what sounded like an explosion. He ran to the front to see a white Jeep with heavy front end damage in the middle of the road and a Toyota in the ditch with heavy damage. As he went out to investigate he saw a Hispanic male run from the Toyota. He immediately went to the Jeep and found a family of 4 including an 8-month-old child and a 7-year-old child. All were shaken but had no visible trauma. Within minutes Caney Creek Fire and MCHD arrived on the scene. None of the 4 were transported. DPS Troopers searched for the male that fled and were able to identify him. As of yet, he has not been located. Witnesses said the Toyota driver was driving at a high rate of speed when he hit the Jeep and flipped his vehicle. Resident ‘s in the area say vehicle constantly run well over the posted speed limit daily including several dump trucks going to the pipeline construction project. They say every morning before 8 am dump trucks travel down their residential street close to 60 mph.