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UPDATED: Chaveirim Member Struck by Hit and Run Driver; In Stable Condition

UPDATED: [PHOTOS] A pedestrian was seriously injured after being struck by a hit and run driver this evening, as reported on our News Alerts. The incident occurred about 10 PM on Somerset Avenue.

According to witnesses, the pedestrian, a Lakewood Chaveirim member and out of town Hatzolah member, was getting into his vehicle parked on the side of the road, when he was struck. Sources say he had just finished fixing a flat tire when the incident occurred.

Hatzolah and EMS responded to the scene and found the victim semi-conscious.

The vehicle which struck him, fled the scene.

Sergeant Frank Work of Lakewood’s Traffic and Safety division tells TLS they are looking for a white van with possible front end damage.

Hatzolah transported the victim to Jersey Shore Medical Center with several serious – but non life-threatening injuries.

Lakewood’s Traffic and Safety division and the Prosecutor’s Officer are investigating.

Somerset between County Line Road and East 7th is closed for the investigation.

Name for Tehillim, is Moshe Aron ben Miriam Zissel.

 


There are 29 Comments to "UPDATED: Chaveirim Member Struck by Hit and Run Driver; In Stable Condition"

  • jog-a-thon Rules says:

    This $ay be the same guy that totaled my car, parked on 7th between Park & Somerset. Hope they catch him. DB.

  • old timer says:

    very dark over there
    need more light please

  • Smart guy says:

    What’s the name for Thilim? Refuah sheliama. :(

  • Anonymous says:

    Name for Tehillim?

  • nuch a Yid says:

    Name for tehillim?

  • someone says:

    This is unbeleivable. This is happening day in day out that someone gets hit in this town. It is about time they put more street lights up around town. The roads in lakewood are like farm roads, it is so dark.

  • Lkwder says:

    Name for tehillim is moshe aaron ben zisel miriam.

  • anon says:

    It’s Moshe Aaron ben Zisel Miriam

  • 99 says:

    moshe aron ben miriam zissel

  • 99 says:

    correction zissel miriam

  • yehuda says:

    its moshe aron ben zisel miriam, ols daven for him besuros tovos

  • Family member says:

    Moshe Aaron ben Miriam Zissel is currently being transferred to the ICU with numerous serious injuries. While he may be stable, the situation is still critical. Please daven for him. Besuros tovos

  • Chaveirim units says:

    Tehilim 1-40 inclusive

  • 98 says:

    i hope they find the guy

  • U10 says:

    Big refuah shelayma to our own Hatzalah of Union County (Elizabeth,NJ) member U35. Please say tehillim!! Yasherkoyach to Lakewood Hatzolah for their great response.

  • Chav member says:

    Thru 50

  • Idea says:

    Scary. I drove by moments before the accident. Refuah Shelemah

  • U34 says:

    We need to get warning lights on our cars when responding to this calls. I hope you have a speedy recovery and a refuah shelema.

  • anonymous says:

    Such a great guy, he’s helped me so many times, I hope he has a speedy recovery!!

  • Me and Me says:

    refuah shlema. Get better soon.

  • cleve chvrm member says:

    Thru 60

  • chaveirim Team says:

    1-100 covered

  • refua shelima says:

    Hashem please heal him quick and all that need it!

  • member says:

    moshe we all love you, your the best always available for chesed, may hashem send you a refua shelaima quick and we should see you back on the force quick.

  • Anonymous says:

    i thought there was a law that you need to move away from someone on a call such as police etc…

  • Devora says:

    101-120

  • Anonymous says:

    and theres also a law not to run when you hit someone. obviously the guy who hit him could not care less about laws

  • tehillim says:

    121-122

  • oy vey! says:

    Refua shilamu!!! Speedy recovery! Well known guy… Always out to help others.

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