Bicyclist Struck By Hit and Run Driver in Brewster

Victim suffered serious head trauma and was MedFlighted...

From the Brewster Fire Department:

Bicyclist Struck and Seriously Injured in Millstone Road Hit and Run Accident

On Tuesday July 10 at 9:37 p.m. Brewster Fire/Rescue was dispatched to a bicyclist struck in front of 1162 Millstone Road. On arrival firefighters located a 32 year old male patient with serious head trauma who had been struck by a hit and run driver. Based on the severity of the injuries Ambulance 242 under the direction of Captain Chris Flavell requested the response of a Medflight helicopter to transport the patient to a Boston trauma center. Firefighters rapidly packaged and transported the patient to Barnstable Municipal Airport where they were met by the Medflight crew. 

The Brewster Police Department is actively investigating the crash which occurred on the south end of Millstone Road. At this time they are looking for a vehicle of interest that is described as a light colored sedan, possibly with a roof rack and a hatchback. The vehicle may have front passenger side damage.

Anyone with any information regarding this crash is asked to contact the Brewster Police Department at 508-896-7011.

From the Brewster Police Department:

The Brewster Police Department is currently investigating a hit and run crash involving an unknown vehicle and a cyclist. Police and Fire/Rescue personnel responded to the crash last night (July 9th) at 9:37 pm on Millstone Road. The victim, a 32 year old male, was transported by rescue to Barnstable Municipal Airport where he was flown by MedFlight to a Boston hospital for further treatment.

Currently, the police department is looking for a vehicle of interest that was in the area around the time the crash was reported. The vehicle is described as a light colored sedan, possibly with a hatch back.

If you have any information regarding the crash, please contact the Brewster Police Department at 508-896-7011.


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