Man in stable condition after hit and run in Worcester

Worcester police are looking for the driver of a black Hyundai who allegedly struck a pedestrian on Main Street early Saturday before leaving the scene, officials said.

The victim, a 33-year-old man, was conscious and alert at the scene, but suffered arm and leg injuries, according to Worcester police.


He was treated at the scene by Worcester emergency workers, before being taken to a nearby hospital. He was in stable condition Saturday afternoon, police said.

Witnesses told police the vehicle struck the man near 311 Main St. at about 1:20 a.m. and then fled north. Some people were able to record the Hyundai’s license plate before the driver fled.

Investigators are trying to search for the vehicle and identify the driver, according to police.

Bret Hauff can be reached at Follow him @b_hauff.
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