Hit-and-Run America, Vol. DCCLXXIII

An ongoing collection of unsolved hit-and-run cases, with a focus on car/pedestrian incidents, from across the country since Jan. ‘010. If you know something about any of these incidents, or one that I’ve missed, do the right thing and call the police, even anonymously. After a respite from keeping the list, it restarted in January 2019, highlighting one case a day. If there’s a case you’ve seen that deserves highlighting, drop me a line at hickey@brianphickey.com.

10333. GREENSBORO, NC. “I was able to get my legs loose enough to get back there where my baby was. I used one hand to support her head and used the other hand to loosen straps on the car seat and I placed her on my chest and that is when I heard someone say, ‘Hello, is everyone OK in there,’” said Goodner. That voice was a Greensboro firefighter from nearby Station 7. Tiwan handed her baby to him through a window but never got a chance to meet him.

10334. “You helped save our son. We thank you. We appreciate you,” Julia Sudgen said.

10335. A woman was run over and killed in The Bronx Thursday by a school bus — which then drove away from the scene of the tragedy, police and video shows.

10336. Noel D’Amico fought back tears Thursday outside Jacobi Hospital, where his 27-year-old son, Jared, is fighting for his life. “He decided to walk up and see his girlfriend at about 7 o’clock or so at night and he never came home that night,” Noel said.

10337. Santa Rosa police are searching for the driver of a sedan that struck a 7-year-old girl on Saturday.

10338. The unidentified pedestrian was struck by two cars as he crossed against a red light on Street Road at Brookwood Drive early Wednesday, police said. Only one driver stopped after striking the man.

More hit-and-run stories, including every volume of Hit-and-Run America (in reverse order), are accessible from this linked page. (The full Volume-by-Volume list will appear sporadically from now on.)

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