Vehicle with windshield damage sought in Cortlandt hit-and-run auto vs. pedestrian crash
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Robin H. Benziger
Troop K Commander
Cortlandt, New York – On February 10, 2015 at approximately 10:35 p.m., New York State Police from the Cortlandt barracks responded to the area of Lexington Avenue and State Route 6 for a hit-and-run auto accident involving a pedestrian.
Police arrived on scene and interviewed the victim, 26-year-old Alex R. Hoy of Yorktown, New York, who was receiving medical attention from the Mohegan Lake Rescue Squad. Hoy stated that he was walking northbound on Lexington Avenue when a vehicle traveling southbound struck him and fled the scene. Hoy was unable to obtain a vehicle description. The vehicle sustained a broken windshield and continued to travel south on Lexington Avenue.
Hoy was transported to Westchester Medical Center where he is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Anyone with information regarding a suspected vehicle that has windshield damage consistent with this crash is asked to contact the State Police in Cortlandt by calling (914)788-8042 or (914)769-2600. All calls can be kept confidential.