73-Year-Old Pedestrian Injured on Route 646 Overpass, Police Still Looking for Suspect

73-Year-Old Pedestrian Injured on Route 646 Overpass, Police Still Looking for Suspect

ABSECON, NJ (2/23/2020) — Local authorities are currently investigating a hit-and-run accident on Sunday that left one pedestrian injured.

The crash occurred on the Delilah Road overpass on Route 646 around 12:24 a.m.

According to the Absecon Police Department, Theodore Morgan, 73, was walking on the eastbound shoulder of the road when a silver SUV hit him. The driver then continued to drive east on Absecon Boulevard on Route 30 towards Atlantic City.

Absecon Police Captain James Laughlin stated that a concerned motorist had stopped on the shoulder to see if Morgan was okay when the SUV passed the motorist on the right-hand side and hit Morgan.

Morgan was taken to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Atlantic City Campus with severe injuries. 

Authorities are actively looking for a silver SUV, possibly a silver Honda Pilot. If anyone has any information about this accident, please contact the Absecon Police Department at 609-641-0667.

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Source: ABC 6

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