A Vancouver man with a history of driving violations is accused of fleeing on foot from the scene of a crash in which the other driver may have broadsided his vehicle.Nicholas P. Weaver, 26, who sustained a concussion in the collision, allegedly ran because his driver’s license is suspended.He did so without summoning emergency responders to assist the other driver, Richard F. Pierce, 73, according to a court affidavit.Weaver appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday on suspicion of hit-and-run injury and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license.Judge David Gregerson held Weaver in the Clark County Jail in lieu of $20,000 and appointed Vancouver attorney Jeff Staples to defend him. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the charges Nov. 5.Court documents indicate that Weaver was convicted in 2009 of hit-and-run injury and driving under the influence. He has six convictions related to driving with a suspended license.According to the affidavit, witnesses of the two-vehicle collision reported that one of the drivers had fled from the scene on foot in the 4000 block of Northeast 78th Street. They said he had headed east. A Clark County sheriff’s deputy located the driver northwest of the crash scene as the driver was hopping over a fence in the Luke Jensen Sports Park.