3-year-old girl critically injured in hit-and-run in Carrick; police still looking for driver

3-year-old girl critically injured in hit-and-run in Carrick; police still looking for driver

PITTSBURGH — A 3-year-old girl was injured after she was hit by a car in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.

According to police, the driver kept going after they hit the child at the intersection of Biscayne Drive and Edgar Street.

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The child was taken to the hospital in critical condition, according to police.

A neighbors surveillance camera caught the moment it happened. The man who gave the surveillance video to the police says the girl was thrown at least 15 or 20-feet.

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‘I’m like ‘Oh my God.’ I mean she was playing with her family and ran out to catch a ball or something? That’s ridiculous,” said Carrick resident Linda Buzzelli.

Buzzelli said this neighborhood is a hotbed for speeding.

Police are looking for a light green or gray 4-door sedan last seen headed towards Brownsville Road with possible front end damage.

Pittsburgh police are searching for this car that was involved in a hit-and-run that left a 3-year-old girl critically injured in Carrick.
Pittsburgh police are searching for this car that was involved in a hit-and-run that left a 3-year-old girl critically injured in Carrick. (Pittsburgh police)
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