AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) - ECMC emergency/trauma patient Amy Stewart, injured in a hit andrun accident in March 2009, was discharged from ECMC Wednesday.
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From Saturday, 07 Mar 2009
Two female college students were hit by an SUV overnight, thedriver never stopped. Amherst police are asking the public forhelp.
Police say just before 2 a.m., a UB grad student and a DaemenCollege senior were struck when crossing Main Street at CampusDrive, near Daemen College. Both women were taken to ECMC.
The UB grad student, 22 year old Amy Stewart is from GrandIsland and sustained head trauma. The Daemen College senior, 21year old Rachel Baird is from East Syracuse and suffered chest andabdomen injuries.
Witnesses reported the SUV as dark colored and that it continueddriving west on Main Street after it hit the two women.
The SUV may be black and may be a 90s model. It should havefront end damage, especially in the grill area.
If you think you may have seen anything or may have anyinformation call Amherst Police at 689-1355.
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