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Pedestrian in Serious Condition After Hit-and-Run Incident in Armonk

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The North Castle Police Department is investigating a hit-and-run incident that left a pedestrian seriously injured after he was struck by a car Wednesday night in Armonk.

Police said that at about 8:55 p.m., a pedestrian walking along the eastbound lane of School Street was hit by an unknown vehicle from behind. The vehicle fled the scene without stopping.

Responding officers and Armonk Ambulance personnel who arrived at the scene found a 49-year-old man, a Glendale Avenue resident, on the ground and unconscious in front of 23 School St. They began administering aid to the victim, whose identity was not released by police.

The man was rushed to Northern Westchester Hospital by Armonk Ambulance and remains in serious condition.

The incident is under investigation. North Castle police are actively seeking information about the vehicle involved and the identity of its operator. Anyone who has information related to the incident is asked to immediately contact the North Castle Police Department at 914-273-9500 or via the anonymous TIPS hotline 914-273-2077.

This article has been updated.

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