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Idaho State Police ask for help identifying truck that hit pedestrian near Priest River early Sunday

The Idaho State Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a pickup truck they believe was involved in an injury hit-and-run crash on Highway 57 north of Priest River early Sunday.

A man was struck on the highway at milepost 1.6 just after 1:15 a.m., according to an ISP news release. He was found in a ditch and taken by ambulance to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane for treatment, and has not been identified by authorities.

ISP is asking anyone with information about the truck and the crash to contact them. The involved vehicle was reported as a silver pickup truck, possibly a Toyota. Those with information should contact the District 1 office of the ISP at (208) 209-8620 and ask for Trooper Noah, according to a news release.

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