Police are looking for the driver of a pickup involved in a hit-and-run accident that injured an Omaha man and two children Sunday evening.
Witnesses told officers a Ford F350 pickup was westbound on L Street going at a high rate of speed when it drove through a large puddle at 39th Street, went out of control and slid across all lanes of traffic, striking an eastbound pickup around 7 p.m.
The driver of the F350 took off, heading northbound on 39th Street, then westbound on J Street. Police say it is white with blue and red pinstripes. It should have rear driver side damage.
Three occupants of the truck that was hit were injured. Five-year-old Camilla Avalos was in serious but stable condition at the Nebraska Medical Center with abdominal injuries. Ten-year-old Samantha Avalos was treated for abdominal and head pain. The driver, 48-year-old Jose Gildardo-Avalos, had back pain.
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