BRICK – A woman was left with face injuries as a result of a hit-and-run that happened on West Princeton Avenue, police said.
The incident occurred at around 8:45 p.m. on October 8 in the area of West Princeton Avenue and Hoffman Street. According to police, a pedestrian was entering her car which was parked adjacent to the roadway on West Princeton Avenue when truck hit the passenger side of her car. The woman sustained injuries to her face from the crash, police said.
The car is described as a dark colored mid-sized pick-up truck, possibly a Ford F150 crew cab. Police said surveillance video from a building on the corner of Route 88 and Hoffman Street showed a dark colored pick-up truck leaving the area and heading west on Route 88 towards Lakewood shortly after the crash. The truck is equipped with turn lamps on its side mirrors, and there may be damage to the passenger side mirror.
The victim old police that she saw the truck traveling on West Princeton Avenue towards Route 70, and after the collision it made a left turn onto Hoffman Street.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Ptl. Dan Fogarty #211 of the Brick Township Traffic Safety Unit at 732-262-1141 or at via email at Dfogarty@brickpd.com.