Danbury—Early Saturday morning was ominous for a 23-year-old Bethel resident who was hit by a hit-and-run driver and later expired.

Police have started their probe but is still asking more witnesses of the accident to come forward. Anyone who was in the area of South Street and Great Pasture Road at about 12:03 o’clock in the morning of Saturday might have some info for Sgt. Rory DeRocco who leads the investigation.

Witnesses said that the victim was hit by an SUV and they saw the dark-colored vehicle fled away from the scene after hitting the victim.

On, Police are now hunting for the operator of dark-colored SUV that was identified as the vehicle that hit the woman from Danbury woman last Thursday night along the area of in Hayestown Avenue.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

Several classmates of the victim identified y as Rachel Sack, age 23 and resident of Bethel. According to the account of an eyewitness, Sack was hit by an SUV that was dark in color while she was strolling near the corner of the Road of Great Pasture and South Street in Danbury, along the vicinity of Michaels II Cafe. After the accident, the SUV operator fled from the scene.

Sack has a baby boy who is only 3-month. She is survived by the baby’s father, numerous family members and friends.

Officer McColgan said that Danbury Police is connecting with the family before releasing the victim’s name.

The accident marked the third hit-and-run case in Danbury. The victim is identified as Sharon Cera, who was delivered to the hospital sustaining serious injuries. According to police, until Sunday, Cera is staying in the hospital but no arrest had been made.

This week in Danbury seems to be tragic with some run-over victims and even fatalities. Last Thursday, a couple reported that upon leaving the Opera House of Abbott Tech, they witnessed a dark colored SUV ran over a woman and drive away. The victim was later identified as Sharon Cera, resident of Danbury who was transported to Danbury Hospital and listed in critical condition.

On the night of Oct. 31, 21-years-old Stacey Quinones who is a resident of Danbury, surrendered to police one hour after she hit her estranged live-in partner, who is also the father of her child. The victim was 22-year-old Jairo Abreu, who was taken to Danbury Hospital. The bond was in the amount of $1,000 as set by the court. She was set free but will have a court date on Nov. 13.

The identity of the Saturday night accident victim has not yet been released, pending notification of nearest family members.

Meanwhile, no arrests have been made as Danbury Police are continuing their investigations. Eyewitnesses’ information will go a long in the closure of these accidents and they urged to contact the authorities.

If you or your loved one has been harmed or fatally injured in a vehicular accident caused by the negligence of a distracted driver, contact car accident lawyer now for free consultation. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering.

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