Sunday, June 1, 2008

Marshawn Lynch's car in hit and run

God damn it

Multiple sources tell 2 On Your Side that the Buffalo Police Department is investigating a hit and run accident involving a car registered to Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch.

Sources close to the situation say it's still unclear if Lynch was driving the car or whether he was even in the vehicle at the time of Saturday's 3:30 a.m. accident.

According to them, Lynch's car hit a female pedestrian at the corner of Delaware and Chippewa Streets.

Several staff members of a nearby bar tell us they saw a woman lying in the street for approximately 15 minutes, but they say the woman eventually got up under her own power and walked to an awaiting ambulance.

Buffalo Police Spokesman Mike DeGeorge would not confirm any of these specifics. Instead, he would only say that the department is aware of the incident and is actively investigating.

A Bills spokesman says the team is declining to comment. However, he says Lynch's attorney is out of town and will address the situation when he returns.


Buffalo Police are investigating a hit-and-run incident early Saturday involving a car registered to Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch.

Police spokesman Michael J. De- George said it is unclear who was driving the car, which struck a woman at Delaware Avenue and Chippewa Street about 3:30 a. m., or if Lynch was in the car.

According to WGRZ-TV, Channel 2, staffers of a nearby bar said the woman, who was lying in the street for about 15 minutes, got up on her own and walked to an ambulance. Police said she was treated for minor injuries.

A Bills spokesman said the team was declining to comment, according to Channel 2.

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