Man Killed in Mercer County Pedestrian Accident

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Officials were on the lookout for a hit-and-run driver who struck a man in Mercer County, New Jersey.

The victim, a 40-year-old man from Robbinsville, was run over and killed in front of a house on Robbinsville Allentown Road. The man was reportedly crossing the street in order to pick up a ferret, which was going to be a present for his 9-year-old son.

A neighbor heard the accident from inside his house, and immediately phoned 911. Based on the vehicle parts that were found at the scene of the accident, investigators say they are on the lookout for a metallic blue 2005 or 2006 blue F-series Ford Super Duty Truck. The truck will also likely have minor front-end damage, and should have a missing headlight and a missing rear view mirror from the passenger side.

For the victim’s father, the grief is devastating. Two months ago, he had to bury his wife. Now, he must do the same with his son.

If you or someone dear to you is involved in a car accident or sustains injuries as a result of the negligence or fault of another individual or entity, then you may be eligible to receive monetary compensation for your injuries and losses. Consult with a pedestrian injury attorney from The Grossman Law Firm right away.

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