GREENVILLE, N.Y. -- Three children were injured after a hit and run in Greenville and now State Police are looking for the driver they say is responsible.
Police say the incident happened near the Greenville Town Hall Monday morning. A black pickup truck was traveling on Route 6 with a ladder or scaffolding not securely fastened in the back of the truck bed. The equipment came flying out of the pickup and hit the windshield of a minivan. The driver and three children were all hit by shattered glass.
State Police say the pickup truck did not stop and continued westbound on Route 6, where it hit a second vehicle and sped away from that accident as well.
"It has to be flagged if it is going to hang over your vehicle and obviously, you are required to stop if you get into an accident. So we have a personal injury accident that the subject fled from and property damage accident, which the subject fled from," said Brendan Casey of the New York State Police.
The victims in the minivan were treated and released from the hospital.
Anyone with information about the pickup truck is asked to call the State Police at (845) 344-5300.