Police continue search for driver in hit-and-run boat crash on Greenwood Lake

New Jersey State Police are still searching for the driver of a boat involved in a hit-and-run crash that left four people injured.

State police say a boat similar to this one struck another boat on Greenwood Lake, injuring four people. Police are looking for the driver of that boat.

State police say a boat similar to this one struck another boat on Greenwood Lake, injuring four people. Police are looking for the driver of that boat. (9/12/16)

WEST MILFORD - New Jersey State Police are still searching for the driver of a boat involved in a hit-and-run crash that left four people injured.

Officials released 911 calls made by one of the passengers who was hurt in the crash on Greenwood Lake in West Milford. Two couples were on board the boat when another boat crashed into them and fled the area.

The two men on board, who are in their 70s, were seriously injured. Their wives were also hurt, but not as badly. One victim remains in the hospital in critical condition.

A large reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

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New Jersey State Police Carteret Station : 732-541-0491

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