A Hudson Valley police officer was badly hurt in a hit-and-run, getting out of a police vehicle. Officials are hoping you, or someone, can help.

Officials on the scene say the police officer was "badly hurt" following the accident in Dutchess County. Details are still developing this morning, but here's what we know so far.

Officer Hit By Fleeing Lexus In Dutchess County, New York

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City Of Poughkeepsie Police Officer In Serious Condition At Hospital

The unnamed officer was at Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital in serious condition, Mark Lieb of Rockland Video told Hudson Valley Post in an email.


The driver hasn't been found. There's no word this morning if anyone is in custody.

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There's also still no word on the officer's condition.

The City Of Poughkeepsie Police Department has yet to publicly comment on the accident.

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Village of Brewster PD

A police department in the Hudson Valley is mourning the loss of two officers who both suddenly passed away within a few weeks of each other.

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