Woman in serious condition following Towson hit-and-run
1:42 PM, Sep 13, 2013
2:09 PM, Sep 13, 2013
TOWSON, Md. -
UPDATE (2:07 p.m.) -- Police are investigating a purported hit-and-run in Towson that left a 42-year-old woman in serious condition, according to spokeswoman Louise Rogers-Feher.
The woman was struck at 10:29 a.m. at the intersection of Stevenson Lane and York Road.
"Let me catch the scumbag who is trying to get away with the hit and run on York Rd in Towson from a half hour ago. you will pay," Jason La Canfora, an NFL Insider for CBS Sports, posted to his
personal Twitter page.
La Canfora confirmed on his Twitter page that the woman struck is his wife.
"Anyone who can help with info on this creep who ran over my wife, I will get you autographed NFL stuff, whatever," La Canfora posted online, linking to a Baltimore newspaper.
He said his wife never lost consciousness and that they are currently waiting on medical test results.
La Canfora's wife was hit by a white four-door "foreign" car, Rogers-Feher said. The car sustained damage to the front bumper and hood. Additionally, the vehicle was affixed with temporary Maryland tags, Rogers-Feher said.
The woman was transported to Sinai Trauma in serious condition.
The vehicle was last seen headed eastbound on Stevenson Lane.
Anyone with information regarding the suspect vehicle is asked to contact police at (410) 307-2020.