Car Runs Over Nurse in Hospital Parking Lot

SYRACUSE, N.Y.

A Crouse Hospital nurse was injured in a hit and run outside the hospital entrance on Dec. 2.

Rebecca Forsythe, 61, was struck by a vehicle as she walked across a crosswalk. The driver then allegedly fled the scene.

Forsythe suffered two fractured vertebrae, a broken leg and a cut to her head, reports Fox News. She was listed in good condition.

Video surveillance, shown below, captured the incident and helped authorities track down the driver.

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