HACKENSACK, NJ – A woman was struck by a car after an argument with the driver in Hackensack Sunday morning.
According to the Daily Voice, the woman was hit by a driver in a silver sedan at the intersection of Anderson Street and Vanderbeck Place.
The driver deliberately hit the 39-year-old woman with their car during an argument before driving away. The woman landed on the hood and then rolled into the street after the impact.
The woman sustained minor to moderate injuries in the hit-and-run.
Police are searching for a driver in the sedan who fled north on Linden Street from Anderson Street.
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