Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
August 16, 2013 Issue
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Fred Stabbert III | Democrat

State Police investigate a hit-and-run accident at the intersection of Bridge St. and Lower Main St. in Callicoon yesterday. The bookbag of the injured victim, Judy Feldman of Long Eddy, is visible at right.

Police seek witnesses to hit-and-run

Story by Fred Stabbert III
CALLICOON — July 30, 2013 — A Long Eddy woman was seriously hurt Monday afternoon when she was struck by a vehicle while crossing Bridge St. in the hamlet of Callicoon.
State Police in Liberty and BCI investigators raced to the scene of the 4:15 p.m. accident and were on hand for nearly three hours gathering information.
Police set up a roadblock on Tuesday afternoon at approximately the same time as the accident to try to see if anyone might have any information regarding the case.
“We hope somebody saw something,” BCI Investigator Jan Golden said Tuesday afternoon. “Please call the State Police in Liberty at 292-6600 and ask for the BCI.”
All information will be kept confidential.
Police said the woman, Judy Feldman, who suffered a serious blow to the head when she hit the pavement, is improving but not out of the woods yet, according to family members at the hospital.
It is believed that Feldman was going from the Bank of America parking lot on 3 River Rd. to the Callicoon Library when she was struck. A painted crosswalk connects the bank’s parking lot to the Lower Main Street sidewalk.
A book bag which she was carrying lay in the street for several hours while police reviewed the crime scene.
“This is a busy little crosswalk,” police said.
More information will be posted as it becomes available.

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