UPDATED: November 20, 2018  1:20 PM

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A tow truck driver was killed in the 7300 block of south I-35 while attempting to load a vehicle from the outside shoulder of the roadway onto his flatbed wrecker.

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The victim, Charles McGough was working the controls outside the drivers side of the wrecker, when he was struck by a vehicle that left the scene. The suspect vehicle continued southbound without stopping to help McGough.

A witness described the suspect vehicle as a white semi-truck that was pulling a ‘grain-type’ trailer with a gray tarp. The truck will have damage to the front right-side, including the right headlight. It will also have fiberglass body damage.

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It happened on the ramp, so traffic wasn’t impacted apart from curious onlookers.

The Fort Worth Police Department Traffic Investigations Unit is currently investigating.

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Anyone with information on this hit-and-run is asked to call 817.392.4892.