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  • Antilla Tas tried to stop a driver who didn't pay at Shell station in Clifton, NJ
  • He ran out in front of the car, but the driver ran straight into him on Route 3
  • Tas suffered minor injuries after flipping up on the hood and falling to the ground
  • Police are looking for driver, although Tas says car's plates may have been fake 

By Jessica Chia For Dailymail.com

Published: 13:17 EST, 17 February 2017 | Updated: 13:18 EST, 17 February 2017

A gas station attendant was struck in a hit-and-run when he tried to stop a driver from speeding off without paying.

Antilla Tas ran out in front of a silver car after the driver failed to pay the $25 dollars for gas at a Shell station in Clifton, New Jersey, News12 reported.

But the driver simply ran into Tas, who flipped up onto the hood before falling to the ground, and sped off in a hit-and-run captured on surveillance cameras. 

Antilla Tas ran out in front of a silver car after the driver failed to pay the $25 dollars for gas at a Shell station in Clifton, New Jersey Antilla Tas ran out in front of a silver car after the driver failed to pay the $25 dollars for gas at a Shell station in Clifton, New Jersey

Antilla Tas ran out in front of a silver car after the driver failed to pay the $25 dollars for gas at a Shell station in Clifton, New Jersey

But the driver simply ran into Tas But the driver simply ran into Tas
He flipped up onto the hood before falling to the ground He flipped up onto the hood before falling to the ground

But the driver simply ran into Tas, who flipped up onto the hood before falling to the ground

The 56-year-old Tas had already been on the job for 13 hours when a customer sped off without paying for gas.

The attendant ran out onto Route 3 and stood in front of the car's path with his arms outstretched.

But instead of stopping, the silver car ran straight into Tas, who flipped up onto to the hood of the car before falling to the ground.

The driver stopped for a moment before taking off, and Tas suffered minor injuries from the crash. 

Police are now looking for the driver, although Tas told New12 the car plates may have been fake.  

The driver stopped momentarily before speeding off again. Police are now looking for the driver, although Tas told New12 the car plates may have been fake The driver stopped momentarily before speeding off again. Police are now looking for the driver, although Tas told New12 the car plates may have been fake

The driver stopped momentarily before speeding off again. Police are now looking for the driver, although Tas told New12 the car plates may have been fake

 

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