Authorities Looking For Hit And Run Driver Who Struck Pedestrian In Lakewood [SURVEILLANCE VIDEO]

[VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED] Authorities are searching for a driver who struck a pedestrian in Lakewood Tuesday evening and then fled the scene.

The accident happened on Oak Street at approximately 8:00 PM.

The pedestrian was transported by Hatzolah to MMCSC with non-life-threatening injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lakewood Police Department.

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  1. The pedestrian is actually walking in the center of the walkway.
    The walkway is very clearly visible. How in the world did the driver not see that person????

  2. When walking at night reflectors would be beneficial. Hate to see anyone hurt needlessly, dressing in dark colors does make it harder to be seen as well. Thank goodness the man hit was ok.

  3. How is that a case of the driver fleeing the scene?
    Even if right after the video ended the car drove away without the driver asking the guy if he was ok, he might have thought that there was nothing to ask as he saw the guy walk away as though nothing happened.
    Can no one imagine themselves doing the same (assuming you can get past the thought of G-d forbid the possibility of crashing into someone)?

  4. You cant leave the scene of any accident, specifically where a pedestrian is struck by a vehicle. Besides the law there I s akso common sense and human decency you can rely on.

  5. The lack of streetlights on county roads in Jackson are not adequate. I respect and understand that the Jewish community chooses to wear black but I have to admit that I had a couple of close calls when there walking on the side of the street in the dark. Respectfully are they not allowed to wear a reflective vest at night for there safety? It’s hard enough driving though Jackson trying not to hit a deer let alone a person.

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