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Hit & run driver sought in Chula Vista

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CHULA VISTA (CNS) - A hit-and-run driver in a Mercedes-Benz struck a boy crossing a Chula Vista roadway in a marked crosswalk, police said Sunday.

Witnesses said the driver of the light blue C-Class luxury car was headed east on East Palomar Street shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday, struck the boy and continued east, according to Chula Vista police. The sedan's driver's side mirror and headlight were damaged in the crash, police said.

The boy was taken to Rady Children's Hospital to be treated for his injuries, which police said were not life-threatening.

Police asked anyone with information on the crash was asked to call (619) 691-5151.

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