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Man, 50, dies following hit-and-run in Harrisburg

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Segundo Cherrez, victim (Left); Possible Witness (Right)

HARRISBURG, Pa.–A man who was found unconscious on the street in Harrisburg last month has died, police said.

Segundo Cherrez, 50, died Wednesday at the hospital.  Cherrez was found unconscious by a passerby along the 1700 block of Paxton Street around 2:44 a.m. on Oct. 25. He had several lacerations to his head and never regained consciousness.

An autopsy showed he suffered from multiple traumatic injuries that were consistent with being hit and run over by a vehicle, police said.

Investigators have released a photograph of a potential witness and the vehicle he was driving at the time of the accident. Police would like to speak to the witness and believe he may be able to help them determine what exactly happened.

Anyone with information is asked to call Inv. Sunday at 717-255-7311, csunday@cityofhbg.com or Dauphin County Police Dispatch at 717-558-6900 and ask for a supervisor.