Police are seeking two vehicles of interest in connection to a hit-and-run crash that left a nurse dead Sunday in East Brookfield, Massachusetts.
Authorities are continuing to investigate the death of Lisa Germain, who was struck around 6 p.m. on East Main Street. The crash took place as a major storm was rolling through much of New England.
Thursday, police released photos of an SUV and a pickup truck, both identified in surveillance footage along Route 9.
"Blink of an eye, you didn't see nothing," said Jan Savage. "It was that quick."
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Germain was killed in front of Savage's home. Germain was parked just steps away from Dunny's bar, where an employee says she was enjoying their well-known Blues Night.
Savage says after the crash, bar customers and a driver rushed to help.
"All I heard was a guy saying 'call 911.' She was laying on the ground, he was feeling for her pulse saying she had a pulse, then saying 'I don't think she has a pulse anymore,'" Savage said.
Germain was a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at MetroWest Medical Center.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of Lisa Germain," the hospital said in a statement. "She was a great friend, mentor and team member. She will be deeply missed by everyone at MetroWest."