Hemet Police Seeking Information About Hit & Run Driver Who Struck Student

Hemet Police Seeking Information About Hit & Run Driver Who Struck Student

HEMET, Calif. – Hemet police are asking for the public’s help with information regarding the suspect or suspect vehicle in the hit and run traffic collision that injured a middle school student on Wednesday.

At around 9:00 a.m., Hemet Police responded to the collision near San Jacinto Street and Acacia Avenue in the City of Hemet. Through investigation, it was learned that an Acacia Middle School student was hit by a car while walking to school.  The student’s injuries were non-life-threatening and he is expected to fully recover. The driver fled the scene after hitting the student.

Witnesses described the vehicle as a light-colored sedan. The vehicle was last seen heading west on Acacia Avenue from San Jacinto Street. The vehicle may possibly have damage to the front end and/or hood. The driver was described as a middle-age white woman.

If you or anyone you know witnessed the collision, or if you have information which may lead to the identification of the vehicle and/or its driver, please contact The Hemet Police Traffic Division at (951)765-2400.

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