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Police search for driver in Hollis hit-and-run
HOLLIS — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating the driver of a blue Toyota involved in a hit-and-run accident that injured a bicyclist Friday morning at Depot Road and Merrill Lane.
Police said the collision happened at 9:10 a.m. as Regina Kozsan, 52, of Hollis was riding her bicycle south on Depot Road. A blue Toyota sedan, which was heading north on Depot Road, suddenly turned onto Merrill Lane, its right front end/quarter panel striking Kozsan and knocking her off her bike, according to police.
Police said the Toyota didn’t stop. Instead, they said, it headed west on Merrill Lane and was last seen turning onto Route 122 North.
Kozsan suffered injuries police described as not life-threatening. She was transported by the Hollis Fire Department to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua for treatment.
Police said the Toyota may have damage to its right front end or corner and should be missing a hub cap on its right side.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or who has information about it or the driver is asked to call police at 603-465-7637.
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