YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM)– An investigation is underway after a driver in a hit-and-run crash that involved a pedestrian in York County pulled over to make sure they were alive before fleeing the scene, State Police say.
State Police wrote in the report that the driver was going at a high rate of speed when they turned from West Broadway Street onto N Franklin Street in Red Lion Borough on Oct. 5
A woman who was in the crosswalk was hit by the driver just after 7:30 p.m., State Police wrote. She got pushed a few feet from the crosswalk and landed on her back.
The driver pulled over to make sure she was alive before they fled the scene, according to the report. State Police did not specify what kind of vehicle was involved.
The woman was rushed by first responders to York Hospital for emergency surgery because of her injuries after they arrived at the scene.