HOBOKEN, NJ – Police have identified the vehicle and driver after an investigation into the hit-and-run accident that injured a cyclist in Hoboken on Monday.
According to NJ.com, the 24-year-old New Hampshire man was riding his bike on Garden Street with two friends. He was struck by a driver near the intersection with First Street at about 12:50 a.m. He was transported to a local hospital.
The driver reportedly stopped briefly at the scene but quickly left.
An investigation into the accident led authorities to identify the driver and the vehicle, although they have not yet released that information to the public.
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is urged to pass what they know onto the police.
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Note: This blog reports on the types of cases our firm has extensive experience handling. It is painful to learn of the prevalence of these serious accidents, and it is our sincere hope that future catastrophes can be avoided. Our blog posts are written from scouring recent news stories. As more information is revealed, these stories may be updated. If the information in this blog article is outdated or false, please let us know so we can add updates or corrections.
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