Port Adelaide player to appear in court after allegedly fleeing hit-and-run

Port Adelaide AFL player Jarman Impey has been summonsed to appear in court for allegedly fleeing after crashing into four parked cars on an Adelaide street.

The 21-year-old was interviewed by police on Sunday and reported for driving without due care, failing to exchange particulars and failing to report the collision.

Impey's white Commodore was seen travelling on the wrong side of the road on George Street in the central Adelaide suburb of Norwood around 7pm on Saturday night.

Police said the car ran into a ute, which subsequently hit the Toyota sedan in front of it, before continuing down George Street and crashing in an Audi, which was pushed into a BMW.

At least four cars were damaged in the collisions. Photo: 7 News

Jarman Impey's car and licence were found at the scene. Photo: AAP

Impey is believed to have been involved in the incident. Photo: 7 News

No passengers were in any of the cars at the time.

The 21-year-old athlete's licence was found in the car. The incident occurred near the house of another player, 7 News reported.

Impey started his AFL career in 2014. Photo: Port Adelaide FC

The accident occurred near the residence of another Port Adelaide player. Photo: 7 News

Impey was not at the scene when police arrived.

Investigations are continuing.

He'll appear in Adelaide Magistrates court at a date to be set.

The club will hold a press conference later on Sunday.

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