WOODWARD TOWNSHIP -- A deadly hit and run is under investigation in Lycoming County.
Troopers say someone hit a man as he was walking along Route 220 in Linden. It happened around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.
State police say a man may have been trying to cross four lanes of traffic when he was hit by a car
Troopers found pieces of a blue Saturn at the crash site, however, the driver of that vehicle did not stop
We spoke with neighbors who tell us, unfortunately, this isn't the first crash they have heard about on this stretch of Route 220
"Happens all the time," said neighbor Nancy Steinbacher. "We've lived here 45 years and we've seen a lot of accidents on this highway."
The coroner has not released the name of the man who was killed.
"He should have just stopped no matter what, if it was an animal a person or whatever," said Steinbacher. "Never a hit and run. There was somebody right in front of the house, too, that was hit, but they stopped. They flew up over the car and was injured but not killed."
State police are looking for a blue Saturn that may have front end damage.
The driver took off. They are looking for a blue Saturn.
No names of anyone involved have been released.
If you have any information about that hit and run, call state police in Lycoming County.
Route 220 in Linden has since reopened.