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Updated: 12:49 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, 2012 | Posted: 9:14 a.m. Tuesday, May 22, 2012
GREENFIELD, Pa. —
Police said four cars were damaged by a hit-and-run driver in Greenfield early Tuesday morning.
Investigators said someone ran into four cars parked on Windsor Street then fled the scene.
Channel 11 News was there as one of the cars had to be towed to a repair shop.
A neighbor said he saw a tow truck sideswipe the cars then speed away.
"He hit the back of the car right here and look how it pushed up against the front," said one victim.
Helena Volper said her car was damaged so badly that she'll likely have to replace it.
"I have elderly parents I take care of. I need it every day. Yesterday, I took my mom from the hospital. I need my car," Volper said.
Nikki Nolfi said she too may be looking for a new car after the incident.
"My car is paid off. They say it might be a total loss. The money you get for it probably won't cover a new car," Nolfi said.
Nolfi said she hopes the person who caused the damage is caught and they will be forced to pay for the damages.
Police continue to investigate.
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