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An unidentified young male pedestrian suffered minor injuries early this morning in a hit and run accident in Fort St. John. It occurred at the intersection of 96th Avenue and 100th Street, at about 1:45 am.

The RCMP says, as a precautionary measure only, the victim was taken to hospital by ambulance.

Meantime, police are seeking public help in finding the vehicle and driver involved in the incident. The car is described as a silver-colored Chrysler 4-door, possibly an Intrepid.

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The Mounties are taking information assistance calls at the local detachment andCrime Stoppers numbers…250-787-8140 and 1-800-222-8477.

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