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Fremont: Driver sought in hit-and-run that injured cyclist

FREMONT — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a driver who allegedly crashed into a bicyclist on Stevenson Boulevard in Fremont, leaving him in serious condition.
The bicyclist was riding westbound in the bicycle lane over Interstate 880 just after 5 a.m. Thursday when he was struck from behind by a vehicle traveling in the same direction, according to police.

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Police said the driver did not stop to check on the bicyclist, who was rushed to a trauma center.
The driver’s vehicle was described as a dark-colored 2003-2007 Toyota Highlander with damage to the right front headlight and fog lamp.
Police are urging the driver to come forward.

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Anyone with information about the alleged hit-and-run can contact Jesse Hartman with the Fremont Police Department, at 510-790-6760 or jhartmant@fremont.gov.
Those wishing to remain anonymous can text TIP FREMONTPD followed by their message to 888-777.
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