Groups call for Jersey City to release video of councilwoman’s hit-and-run crash

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Jersey City’s roadway safety advocates and political progressives are calling for the public release of the police surveillance video of a hit-and-run crash involving city Councilwoman Amy DeGise. Groups like Safestreet JC and Bike JC that promote pedestrian and bike safety regulations were stunned by the news of the incident at the intersection of Martin Luther King Drive and Forrest Street Tuesday morning. A 29-year-old cyclist was struck in the incident and treated at a local hospital for pain in his left ankle and a laceration on his right leg. A police crash report said DeGise left the cr…

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