Bridgeport – Police Still Looking For Hit-And-Run Suspect
Police are still looking for a driver that hit a firefighter in Bridgeport.
Local officials are still looking for witnesses or informants of a June 28 incident where an off-duty firefighter was hit and seriously injured by a car at the intersection of East Main Street (Route 127) and Stratford Avenue. The 46-year-old victim was immediately brought to the hospital for treatment. Camera footage has identified the suspect vehicle, a sedan, as possibly a Toyota Corolla. Bridgeport Police are asking anyone who may have information about the suspect to contact them as soon as possible.
Authorities will always investigate hit-and-run cases until culprits/suspects are brought to justice. That said, if any form of negligence is established in these incidents, injured parties may be entitled to damages/compensation.
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