(Received 8 April 1985; accepted 31 May 1985)
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A suspected automobile was identified in a hit-and-run death of a 40-year-old male by matching a tiny nonspecific fragment of tissue attached to the gasoline line clip of the undercarriage with an avulsed area on the hypothenar area of the palm of the hand. There was no ostensible damage to the auto and there was an absence of clothing remnants, blood, and other tissues and an absence of paint pigments on the victim or victim's clothing.
Chief medical examiner, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Rockland County, NY
Senior medical investigator, Rockland County Medical Examiner's Office, Pomona, NY
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