A historic building in Wyckoff is missing one of its pillars, thanks to an out-of-town tractor trailer driver who police say hit the building Tuesday night, and kept driving. A truck from Nashville, Tennessee, was turning right from Wyckoff Avenue to Franklin Avenue at about 8:54 p.m. Tuesday when the flatbed truck struck the corner of the Brownstone Inn, Wyckoff Police Chief Benjamin Fox announced in a release Wednesday. "The impact tore out a large support column and the brick base it sat on," Fox said in the release. The driver, Toby Linville, 31, of Phoenix, AZ, fled the scene of the accident, but was pulled over on Route 287 in Mahwah, Fox said. Linville, who was driving a Western Express truck from Tennessee, told police he was unsure whether or not he had hit the building, cops said. He was issued a ticket for fleeing the scene of a motor vehicle accident, police said. Though currently unoccupied by a business, the Brownstone Inn, originally built in the 1700s, is on the National Registry of Historic Places. According to police, the building was inspected, and inspectors determined that the second floor was not at risk of collapse from the damage the building incurred as a result of the accident.