Suspect, SUV Found in Del. Hit-and-Run: Police

Two female UPS workers were hit Tuesday after getting off a bus on their way to work

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    Delaware State Police say they have captured the driver and the car they believe was involved in a dangerous hit-and-run on Tuesday. NBC10's Cydney Long spoke to victim Judy Johnson who says she was ecstatic to hear the police tracked down the suspect.

    Delaware State Police say they have located the vehicle and driver believed to be involved in a serious hit-and-run crash on Tuesday.

    Two female UPS workers had just gotten off a bus at 7:30 a.m. and were heading to work at the UPS warehouse when they were hit on Lake Drive in the Pencader Corporate Center in Glasgow.

    Victim Speaks Out About Hit-and-Run

    [PHI] Victim Speaks Out About Hit-and-Run
    Two female UPS workers were hit from behind by an SUV early Tuesday morning in New Castle County, Delaware. One of the victims is in critical condition. Police are searching for the driver of a black Geo Tracker that they believe hit them. NBC10's Doug Shimell spoke to one of the victims.

    Sgt. Paul Shavack says 52-year-old Maria Eldreth, of Wilmington, is in critical condition at Christiana Hospital. The second victim is 67-year-old Judith Johnson, of Newark, who was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

    “That could’ve been my mother. It’s anybody’s mother or grandmother and I hope that they would come back and admit what they did,” said Heather Pearce, who works in the center.

    2 Women Injured in Del. Hit-and-Run

    [PHI] 2 Women Injured in Del. Hit-and-Run
    Two female UPS workers were hit from behind by an SUV early Tuesday morning in New Castle County, Delaware. One of the victims is in critical condition. Police are searching for the driver of a black Geo Tracker that they believe hit them. NBC10's Doug Shimell reports.

    Sgt. Shavack described the striking vehicle as black, possibly a Geo Tracker-type SUV with damage to the right front end and possible Maryland plates.

    State Police say they are continuing to investigate to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.

     


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