Pedestrian Struck, Killed In Cheltenham Hit And Run

CHELTENHAM, Pa. (CBS) – Police in Montgomery Country are searching for the driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian Thursday evening.

According to authorities, while attempting to cross Cheltenham Avenue near Easton Road in Cheltenham Township just after 8 p.m., a 53-year-old was struck by a white or gray Buick.

Police say the driver of the vehicle, which is believed to have suffered extensive front end damage in the accident, sped away from the scene and remains at large.

Police have not yet released the victim’s identity.

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the police.

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  1. Kiaera Keekeemoney Briggs says:

    Bill Stephens can Y don’t you call in to tell them tht then

  2. Bill Stephens says:

    The license plate shown on the CW isn’t a PA license plate number. Try using J in the beginning, two numbers, a keystone dash, three numbers and another J at the end (ex. J75-237J), and you have a PA dealer plate. Change the last digit to a J and I’m sure you can find the owner of the plate! (Next month, I celebrate 40 years in the license plate collecting hobby)

    1. ZZBar says:

      “license plate collecting hobby”. Now I know where my license plates went. They went missing two different times.

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