PORT ST. LUCIE - Port St. Lucie police are asking for information about a crash Thursday morning in which investigators say a vehicle fled after striking a student as she walked to a bus stop, police stated.
The 16-year-old student wasn't seriously hurt in the incident, which happened at 6:46 a.m.
Police stated the teen was struck by the side mirror of a white, early 2000s Toyota Camry as she walked to a bus stop in the 600 block of Southwest Lakehurst Drive.
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The location is just east of Southwest Bayshore Boulevard between Prima Vista Boulevard and Crosstown Parkway.
The teen girl was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Those with information are asked to call Officer Mark Woodruff at 772-871-5001.
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