Hospitalised hit and run victim improving

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The victim of Sunday morning’s hit and run is reportedly in stable condition after being admitted to the Mount St. John’s Medical Centre with life-threatening injuries.
Family members of Garvin Crump told OBSERVER media that the 41-year-old has been removed from the Intensive Care Unit to another ward.
The relatives claim that while he was alert and speaking, he was still in a critical but stable state.
Crump, of Upper Gambles, was found unconscious on the side of the road in Coolidge by the police at around 4 a.m. on Sunday.
Earlier, Wilscia Crump who has been married to the injured man for less than a year, told OBSERVER media that when the police found her husband, they used his cellphone to contact her.
She said blood was coming from her husband’s ear, mouth and nose.
Crump further stated that medical professionals at the hospital said that her husband suffered bruises, a fractured neck, broken legs and had fluid in his lungs.
The police are asking members of the public to be on the lookout for anyone who has recent and unexplained damage to their vehicle or anyone who took their vehicle to any auto body shop for repairs.
They’re making this appeal because they believe the vehicle that struck down Crump was damaged.
Anyone with information can contact the Criminal Investigations Department at 462-3913 or 462-3914.

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