WOODLAND (CBS13) – Authorities are looking for the driver who hit a Woodland middle schooler and took off.

The incident happened back on Sept. 20. Woodland police say, a little before 8:30 a.m., a Lee Middle School student was walking to school when they were hit by a vehicle in the intersection of West and Court streets.

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Police say the student suffered moderate injuries. Medics took the middle schooler to the UC Davis Medical Center.

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The driver left the scene immediately after the crash, police say. Witnesses say the vehicle was a light blue, full-size Chevy or GMC pickup truck – possibly a late 80s or early 90s model.

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Anyone with information who the driver might be, or with any other information relevant to the investigation, is asked to contact police at (530) 661-7842.