UPDATE: Niagara Falls hit and run
Police giving us an update on a Wednesday night hit and run in Niagara Falls.
NRP Constable Phil Gavin say they now believe the incident was not random and the victim was targeted.
A 29 year old Oshweken man was struck while walking along Lundy's Lane, east of Corwin Avenue around 11:30.
Gavin says they are still trying to identify the suspects and the car that was involved.
He notes right now all they know is that it was dark coloured.
The victim was airlifted to an out of region trauma centre and at last check was listed in stable condition.
Gavin is encouraging any witnesses to the crash to call police at (905) 688-4111, extension 5500.
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