A Millburn teenager, who was stuck by a car late Wednesday night, is still in critical but stable condition at the University Hospital in Newark.
School officials have been in contact with the family of the teenager, who will be a senior at Millburn High School in the fall, but police have not allowed the release of any names involved in the accident.
The 18-year-old was hit crossing the street in front of the Haagen-Dazs on Millburn Avenue, at 11:20 p.m. She was hit by a Springfield man who told police he and his wife were rushing their 8-month-old baby to Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston.
No summons have been issued yet, pending an investigation by the police crash response unit.
After the accident, the Springfield man, who was driving the car, remained at the scene while the wife brought the baby to the hospital, where the baby is now in healthy condition, Chief Michael Palardy said.
More information should be available early in the week police officials said.