Follow up: Coventry police offers reward for information on hit-and-run that injured first responders

  • Source: WJAR-TV NBC 10 Providence
  • Published: 06/10/2024 12:59 PM

Coventry police announced that a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a person involved in the hit-and-run that injured two first responders last month. Western Coventry Fire EMT Brianna Czarnowsky and firefighter and paramedic Miranda Hennessey were responding to a call on May 29 on Victory Highway when a vehicle hit both and never stopped. Police said a $500 reward will be given to someone that provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction. Coventry police told NBC 10 previously that they are looking for a 2019-2023 Chrysler minivan with damage to the front passenger side, especially the side view mirror. Tips and information can be emailed to or by calling 401-822-9194, police said.


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