Police & Fire

Madison Child in Hit-and-Run Accident Improves

Photo of the car in question

MADISON, NJ - The Madison 4-year-old struck in a hit-and-run on Main Street over a week ago is said to be now breathing without assistance and in more stable condition.

The child was struck at approximately 5:26 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19. The vehicle has been potentially identified. Police are still searching for the driver. 

The child hit was previously listed in critical but stable condition however, "the patient is improving and breathing on his own. He is still in Morristown Medical," said John R. Miscia, Acting Lieutenant, Madison Police Department.

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The Madison PD has obtained surveillance photos of what they believe to be the car responsible for the hit-and-run as well have flashing signs set up on both sides of Main Street asking for any information.  

The incident happen just after dark and it was raining. 

"No arrests have been made yet. We are vigorously following up on every lead coming in," Miscia added.

This is an active investigation.

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