Massachusetts police say they have identified a driver in connection with an alleged hit-and-run crash in Saugus, Massachusetts earlier this week that seriously injured a pedestrian.
The crash, which was captured on surveillance video, happened on Route 1 southbound at Route 99 at 10:17 a.m., police said.
A 24-year-old Gloucester man who works in the area was hit by the white sendan as he was getting a barrel that had blown into the roadway, according to police. The driver continued on to Route 99 without stopping.
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The victim was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious injuries, police said.
A nearby camera captured an image of the vehicle, which police believe may have been a Nissan Sentra. The vehicle is suspected to have front-end and undercarriage damage, police said.
An investigation into whether charges are warranted is ongoing.