A person of interest has been identified in the hit-and-run that killed a doctor in central Pennsylvania.
In the ongoing investigation of the Lancaster hit-and-run that resulted in the death of a pediatrician, a person of interest has been identified, but no charges have been filed.
According to a post on the Lancaster Pediatric Associates Facebook page, Steven F Killough, 66, died on Friday.
He died of injuries sustained after being struck by a van, according to Lancaster police.
The collision happened around 5:45 p.m. at W Chestnut and N Prince streets, according to police.
According to police, the driver of the 2006 GMC Savana work van that hit Killough pulled over, got out, and assisted the doctor out of the road, but then got back in the van and fled.
Shortly after, EMS arrived and rushed Killough to the hospital.
The license plate of the van was captured on surveillance footage, and the company that owned it was identified by police.
Investigators announced Monday that they have identified a person of interest, but no charges have been filed yet.
According to police, they are cooperating with the district attorney’s office on this investigation and will make an announcement if charges or an arrest are filed.
Witnesses should dial 717-735-3301 and ask to speak with Lt.
Officer Ziyi Skatz or Mark Radmore