Dunkin' Donuts Employee Seriously Injured After Hit-and-Run in Parking Lot
EPPING (AP) — Police in New Hampshire have charged a driver with a hit-and-run crash at a convenience store that left a woman with life-threatening injuries.
Police in Epping arrested 55-year-old Andrea Rich on a charge alleging conduct after an accident. It wasn't immediately known if Rich had a lawyer. She has an unlisted phone number.
They said they found a woman at about 3:50 a.m. Wednesday on the ground in the parking lot of a Dunkin' Donuts/Extra Mart on Route 125. Police said she was walking on the south side of the Dunkin' Donuts and was struck by a pickup truck. The driver allegedly got out, then got back in and left.
Dunkin' Donuts is aware of the accident and released the following statement to NH1 News:
"We are aware of the incident that took place at the franchised Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant at 65 Calef Highway in Epping, NH yesterday morning. Our thoughts are with the franchisee’s employee who was injured in the incident. We understand that the franchisee is cooperating with the police investigating this matter."
Police later arrested Rich, who's scheduled for arraignment on Feb. 9.
The name of the injured woman wasn't released.
NH1 News contributed to this report.