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(Spokane, WA)  --  A woman who's believed to have been involved in a hit-and-run crash that severed a motorcyclist's leg in Spokane is in custody.  Police say a tip led to the arrest Friday of 33-year-old Leslie Hester of Spokane, who's charged with felony hit and run.  Authorities tell the "Spokesman-Review" evidence on Hester's GMC Yukon SUV fit with evidence from the scene of the April 23rd accident and accounts from witnesses.  Officials say a local dentist and former Boy Scout who happened upon the scene shortly after the crash bound the bleeding leg with a tourniquet of two belts, an action that the victim, Daniel Inwood, says saved his life.

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