Hit-and-run driver who got out of car, looked at dying woman, then fled wanted by police

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – Police are searching for an Elizabeth man who struck and killed a 28-year-old woman on Route 70 last Saturday. According to police, Miltciades Oviedo, 74. before fleeing the scene, got out of his car and looked at the dying woman. He then returned to his car and sped off.

Sierra Fisher, 28, of Manchester, was killed as a result of the crash. When police and EMTs arrived, they tried to save Ms. Fisher, but she later died at the hospital.

“Upon arrival, [officers] found Ms. Fisher lying in the roadway,” the Toms River Police Department said. “First responders immediately rendered aid to Ms. Fisher, and a pulse was initially regained.  Ms. Fisher was transported to Southern Monmouth Medical Center, where she was later pronounced deceased.”

According to a witness on the scene, the driver exited his vehicle, looked at Ms. Fisher, and then fled in the vehicle east on Route 70 toward Lakewood, according to Jill Messina, Toms River police department spokeswoman said. “The witness described the vehicle as a dark-colored 2003-2009 Ford Explorer.”

If you know about his whereabouts, please call the Toms River Police Department.

Editor’s correction: this article has been updated to reflect the person has not yet been arrested but wanted by police.