CLIFTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Clifton police have released new information following a hit-and-run that left a student from Montclair State University in a coma.

Anna Semioli, 22, was struck along the shoulder of Route 46 in Clifton just before midnight last Thursday, Oct. 8. She was left critically injured, and was reported to still be in a coma at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center on Monday.

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Police are now looking for a dark-colored pick-up truck, possibly a Ford F-150 that may be linked to the incident.

Semioli was traveling on foot when she was struck by the vehicle. According to her sister, Gina Semioli, Anna could not walk very far because of an ACL surgery she had earlier this year.

Semioli’s car was found on-campus, about a mile away from where the incident occurred.

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The Passaic County Prosecutor’s office and Clifton police urged any witnesses to come forward. Semioli’s family was also offering a $10,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the driver.



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