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CrimeFirefighter hurt in hit-and-run, suspect sought

20:20  10 july  2019
20:20  10 july  2019 Source:   wfsb.com

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Firefighter hurt in hit-and-run, suspect sought © Bridgeport police

The suspect's vehicle was described as a dark gray Toyota Corolla, possibly a 2015 model. The car would have sustained front end damage and lost a driver's side rear-view mirror.

BRIDGEPORT, CT (WFSB) - Police in Bridgeport are looking for a driver after a firefighter was hurt in a hit-and-run.

Police said it happened at the intersection of Stratford Avenue and East Main Street on June 28.

They said the 46-year-old Bridgeport firefighter and Stratford resident, a pedestrian, was crossing northbound on Stratford Avenue around 11:15 p.m.

The driver briefly stopped on East Main Street, but fled northbound after the incident.

The victim had to be transported to Bridgeport Hospital for multiple serious injuries, police said.

They said they're following up on several leads.

The suspect's vehicle was described as a dark gray Toyota Corolla, possibly a 2015 model. The car would have sustained front end damage and lost a driver's side rear-view mirror.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Bridgeport police at 203-576-7640.

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