Ryan Hamilton might not have seen the Nissan Altima coming outside of his home in New Jersey. After all, it was 2:30 a.m. on a Sunday. By the time its driver had run him over, then run him over twice again in an attempt to get away, he probably knew it was there. And when the driver told him "Look what you did to my car," it's a fair bet he knew what had struck him.
Keith Brown, with the Times of Trenton:
The incident was captured on a neighborhood homeowner's surveillance camera, police have said. Hamilton was taken to Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton, where he was listed in good condition today. Mastropolo said police have been deluged with tips since Sunday and are investigating them.
Police are searching for two men and one woman who were in a light-colored Nissan Altima. Police released 10-second clip showing the car driving on Sylvan Avenue moments before Hamilton was hit.
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