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Burnaby RCMP seek vehicle, driver after pedestrian struck

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Burnaby RCMP are seeking the public's help in identifying a vehicle and driver involved in a collision that injured a pedestrian.

On Dec. 13, at about 7:30 a.m., a female pedestrian was injured at the intersection of Station Hill and Sandborne Avenue in South Burnaby. The driver of the vehicle failed to remain at the scene of the accident.

Burnaby RCMP Corp. Dave Reid said the pedestrian's injury is not serious and that it's possible the driver may not have known they hit someone.

Anyone who may have witnessed the accident or has any information about it to call  Corp. David Chu of Burnaby RCMP Traffic Services at 604-294-7755.

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