Erica Parmlee holds Corey Gordon Jr., who was critically injured in a hit-and-run crash in Bridgeport on April 30.
BRIDGEPORT, CT (WFSB) -
A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person that critically injured a 2-year-old during a hit-and-run crash in Bridgeport.
Police said Erica Parmlee parked her vehicle and had her two children including 2-year-old Corey Gordon Jr. with her in the 600 block of Capitol Avenue on the night of April 30.
Parmlee was holding Corey's hand as she was trying to get her other child out of the car, when suddenly Corey was hit by a car and the motor vehicle never stopped.
Corey suffered serious head trauma and was rushed to a Bridgeport hospital before being airlifted to Yale-New Haven Hospital. He remains in fair condition.
Now, police are $1,500 reward for information leading to an arrest and eventually conviction in the case.
Police handed out 1,500 flyers to motorists and residents in the area of the crash. On Tuesday night, investigators handed out another 1,500 flyers.
Anyone with any information about the hit-and-run crash is asked to call the Bridgeport Police Department at 203-576-8126 or text information to CRIMES (274637) then TIP717 in the body of the text message. All calls will remain anonymous.
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