SUV involved in fatal hit-and-run in Union Square found, driver still at large

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Investigators have found the SUV connected to the fatal hit-and-run in Union Square.

The SUV was found around 11 a.m. Wednesday morning in a parking lot next to Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, according to police.

The SUV involved in the fatal hit-and-run in Union Sq. was found at this parking lot next to Kings County Hospital.

The Jeep has since been towed from the location and was taken to the Highway Division in the Bronx as they continue to investigate the incident.

Early Tuesday morning, 34-year-old Adrian Blanc was crossing the street at East 14th Street and Fourth Avenue when a driver struck him.

The driver is still a large.

Blanc’s brother spoke to media Wednesday night, talking highly about his brother hoping the driving is caught.

“We would like for him to receive the justice that is due,” he said.

The Blanc’s death comes as the New York City Council hopes to vote on a new bill that would help find hit-and-run drivers.

The bill is designed to create an alert system inspired by AMBER alerts; sending the public the make, model, color, and license plate of the car, hoping police can make quicker arrests.

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