PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (WPVI) --Action News has obtained the 911 call that led to an arrest in a hit-and-run, which left a Pennsauken High School student dead.
The victim, Quason Turner, 16, was pronounced dead at the scene near the intersection of Route 130 and 49th Street in Pennsauken on Monday night.
In the call 19-year-old Brianne Folk, the niece of the suspect, can be heard telling the operator she was the passenger in a car involved in a hit-and-run.
Folk tells the operator that though the car involved was hers, it was driven by Susan Hyland of Beverly, New Jersey.
Hyland, 40, is Folk's aunt.
Folk clearly sounds nervous during the call.
"I'm the owner of the car. I wasn't driving, but the person that was driving hit someone," Folk is heard saying.
"Hit someone like a person, or a vehicle?" the 911 operators asks.
"A person," Folk replies.
Folk says she is not from the area and doesn't know where she is.
After about five and-a-half minutes, she says "I have to go, I have to go, I have to go," and hangs up.
But from that phone call they zeroed in on her location, and police arrived.
Pennsauken Police Sgt. Chris Sulzbach said on Tuesday, "I was on the phone with Brianne because I had called her back on my cell phone, and asked her to come out. She had come out the front door, and Susan Hyland was exiting the back door where we had officers."
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Relatives say Turner was on his way home from a friend's house around 11:30 p.m. when he crossed Route 130. Police believe he hopped a jersey barrier and was hit in the southbound lanes.
Hyland was said to be cooperating with police, and was being held on $200,000 bail.