Manchester police looking for hit-and-run driver that left pedestrian seriously injured

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MANCHESTER — Police are investigating a crash that took place in Manchester, New Hampshire early this morning.

Authorities were notified that a pedestrian was laying in the road on Union Street and Merrimack Street at around 6:25 a.m.

Police say the 35-year-old man from Manchester, NH, was laying in the road suffering from what appeared to be a potential serious head injury.

He was transported by American Medical Response to an area hospital for medical treatment.

Following an investigation, police say that the pedestrian had been struck by a motor vehicle while attempting to cross Union Street.

The motor vehicle involved in this collision fled the scene.

Through the assistance of area surveillance footage, police were able to obtain a photo of the suspect vehicle, which appears to be a dark-colored 4-door hatchback.

Police are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying and or locating the suspect vehicle involved in this collision.

Anyone who has information regarding this crash is asked to contact the Manchester Police at 603-668-8711.

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