NORWALK, Conn. The driver of a car that was seen hitting a pedestrian early Sunday has still not been found, Norwalk Police say. They are looking for a gray or silver Audi with front end damage, possibly a broken window and/or headlight damage.
Witnesses said the pedestrian, a Hispanic man, was crossing Washington Street near Madison Street just before 1 a.m., outside of a crosswalk, and had reached the double lines in the middle of the road. The Audi went right at him, they said, knocking him 10-feet in the air. His shoes were found 30 feet from where he was lying on the pavement and he was unconscious and having difficulty breathing when police arrived. He was taken to Norwalk Hospital, but a hospital spokesperson was unable to provide information on his condition.
The vehicle was last seen heading toward Flax Hill Road.
Anyone with information can submit a tip online , call the department's tipline at (203) 854-3111, or send a text by typing "NPD" into the text field, followed by the message, and sending it to CRIMES(274637).
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