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Girl struck by vehicle while crossing the street in Bucks County hit-and-run, police say

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BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. - Police say an investigation is underway after a juvenile pedestrian was hit by a fleeing vehicle earlier this week in Bucks County.A girl was crossing the street when she was reportedly struck by a black Subaru that did not stop.

She suffered minor injuries.The alleged hit-and-run occurred near Diamond Street and Branch Road in Sellersville Monday night.MORE HEADLINES:The age and identify of the victim have not been released.Anyone with information is asked to contact police..

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