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One killed, one injured in Pleasantville hit-and-run
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One killed, one injured in Pleasantville hit-and-run

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PLEASANTVILLE — A Friday night hit-and-run left one dead and another critically injured, police said.

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Nicole Tribbett, 43, of Pleasantville, and Rasheedah Sayers, 37, were standing in the roadway at 132 Brighton Ave. at the driver side door of a parked vehicle when they were struck by a pickup truck traveling east. Tribbett was killed and Sayers remains in critical condition, police said.

Police charged Jose Dominguez-Rivera, 30, of Pleasantville, with leaving the scene of a crash with injuries and crash with injuries while unlicensed.

Dominguez-Rivera is also suspected of driving under the influence but police are waiting for the toxicology results. He is being held at the Atlantic County jail.

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