Home » News » Public Safety
Police see input to ID man hit by car in Rochester
ROCHESTER — Police are asking for the public's help to identify a man who was seriously injured Friday when he was hit by a car while walking on Milton Road.
Police said the man, described as white, in his 40s to 50s, wearing blue jeans and a dark jacket, was hit by a car driven by Darlene Moore, 48, of Farmington, about 7:40 p.m. Friday while he was walking on Milton Road near an on-ramp for Route 16. Moore was not injured, police said.
The man was taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital, then flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Lebanon for treatment, police said.
Anyone with information that could help identify the man is asked to call police at 330-7128 or anonymously at 335-6500.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Pinkerton student taken to hospital after being hit by car - 0
- Heroin overdoses claim two in Laconia - 0
- Concrete chunk falls onto sidewalk from Elm Street building in Manchester - 0
- Traffic, parking complaints related to Hollis farm stand - 0
- Crews still working on replacing poles after accident - 0
- Woman, 56, struck by car in Laconia accident - 0
- Manchester police investigate two crashes involving two cruisers - 3
- Boy on scooter hits moving vehicle, taken to hospital - 0
- State police: Vermont man drove 111 mph on I-89 - 0
READER COMMENTS: 0
- School's out for voters - 0
- Kuster's abortion lies: Claims against Garcia are untrue - 0
- Brown, Shaheen run hardest where support is deepest - 0
- Jonathan E. Benedict - 0
- Drew Cline: GOP missed opportunities could mean trouble on Tuesday - 0
- Dave D'Onofrio's Patriots Notebook: Demaryius Thomas is x-factor for Broncos' offense - 0
- College Football: Big Green ready for tussle with Harvard - 0
- UNH Notebook: Albany is much improved - 0
- MVP Bumgarner rides to the rescue for Giants' third World Series win in five years - 0
The Obamaconomy: Shea-Porter shows its flaw