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Cops Seek Help Finding Hit-and-Run Truck in Paterson

Ford F-150 involved in Paterson hit-and-run Credits: Passaic County Prosecutor's Office

PATERSON, N.J. - A Passaic woman was seriously injured last month when she was struck by a pickup truck in Paterson and police are now asking the public to help them find the culprit.

The driver of a blue Ford F-150 kept going after striking the 27-year-old pedestrian on 16th Avenue near Madison Avenue, said Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes and Paterson Police Chief William Fraher. They said the incident took place at about 3:28 p.m. on Sept. 27. The woman was taken to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center with serious injuries, said Fraher and Valdes, who did not elaborate on her current condition.

The truck was captured in a photograph. Authorities said it has stickers on the rear window of its cab.

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Anybody with information can call the prosecutor's office tips line at 1-877-370-PCPO or write


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