Pedestrian in Critical Condition from a Harlem Hit-and-Run
Harlem, NY – Police authorities are searching for the driver of a dark-colored Jeep Grand Cherokee that struck a 57-year-old male pedestrian who was trying to cross mid-block in front of 319 Lenox Avenue between 125th and 126th Street in Harlem late Sunday night.
The hit-and-run accident left the pedestrian seriously injured. The victim was taken to Harlem hospital in critical condition.
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