Breaking!!! WRAL Employee Erin Simanskis ID’d As Pedestrian In Friday Night Raleigh Hit-And-Run ‘Critical’

WRAL Employee Erin Simanskis ID'd As Pedestrian In Friday Night Raleigh Hit-And-Run 'Critical'

WAKE COUNTY, NC. (THECOUNT) — — Erin Simanskis, of Cary, North Carolina, has been recognized because the pedestrian struck by a hit-and-run car Friday evening in Wake County.

Simanskis, 63, an worker of WRAL, was critically injured in a hit-and-run vehicle-versus-pedestrian collision in Raleigh Friday evening.

In accordance with stories, Simanskis was working a car on Western Boulevard close to Interstate 440 in Raleigh, when she was concerned in a minor car collision throughout a snowstorm. In some unspecified time in the future, Simanskis exited her car to alternate info, when she was struck by a van that then fled the scene.

Simanskis, a WRAL weekend project editor, was transported to an space hospital the place she is presently listed in crucial situation.

Anybody with attainable info on the hit-and-run driver ought to contact the Raleigh Police Division non-emergency line at 919-831-6311. ​


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