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The pickup did not stop at the collision and continued to speed up the hill.

The car suffered considerable driver side damage and for that reason, police suspect there's likely significant passenger side damage to the pickup.

They're taking public information assistance calls at 250-784-3700 and 1-800-222-8477.

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