VISTA (CBS 8) - The California Highway Patrol is looking for a truck that left the scene of an accident in Vista Saturday night.
CHP officers report that an allegedly drunken woman crashed her motorcycle into the back of the truck that was headed east on Highway 78 near Civic Center Crive around 10 p.m.
The 40-year-old woman was taken to Palomar Medical Center with a broken pelvis. She was cited for suspicion of drunken driving, but was not immediately arrested.
The truck that the woman crashed into drove away.
Anyone with information on that truck is asked to call the CHP at: 858-637-3800.
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