HACKENSACK, N.J. -- ( UPDATE ) A 64-year-old couple were struck near a Hackensack bus stop Friday morning.
Both were taken to Hackensack University Medical Center with injuries that Police Capt. Francesco Aquila said weren't life-threatening after being struck at Atlantic and River streets just after 9:30 a.m.
One complained of right shoulder pain and other of pain to the left leg, said Aquila, the officer in charge of the department.
The driver, 35, from Tenafly, received a summons, he said.
An NJ Transit officer who was at the bus stop and a New Jersey State Police trooper who was driving by joined a Hackensack police officer at the scene.
A witness said one of the victims was thrown several feet.
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