SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – Authorities are still looking for the driver of a pickup truck that hit a 73-year-old man in McClellan Park, fatally injuring him.

The incident happened just after 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

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California Highway Patrol says the elderly man and his wife were crossing the intersection of Palm Street and Arnold Avenue, on their way to a dental appointment at the VA Dental Clinic. It was at this point that a pickup truck drove through without slowing or trying to avoid the couple.

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The man pushed his wife out of the way to safety. He was hit and pronounced dead at the scene, CHP says.

Investigators now believe the vehicle was a silver-colored 2006-2011 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. The truck has some front-end damage to its right side.

A surveillance photo of the truck was also released on Wednesday.

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Anyone who sees the truck associated with the hit-and-run, or with any other relevant information, is asked to contact CHP.