A woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries after she was hit by a car in Grand Forks.

Police responded to a call of a hit-and-run accident just before 8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3, at 50 Riverboat Rd. Though the initial report was that the vehicle had left the area, when officers arrived the driver was returning to the scene to talk to law enforcement.

Police identified the driver as Ronald Anderson of East Grand Forks. According to a Grand Forks Police Department press release, Anderson confronted a man who was in a group with the female victim regarding an unrelated event. The woman became confrontational, according to police, and hit Anderson's car, causing him to drive away.

Police say that as Anderson drove away, the woman was hit, causing minor injuries. She was treated by Altru paramedics at the scene and was not transported to the hospital.

The parties appear to be acquainted with each other, according to the release. The incident remains under active investigation.