VENTURA (CBS) — Three children were struck — and one seriously hurt — in a hit-and-run accident Saturday night  in Oxnard.

The children, all female, are two sisters — 6 and 8 — and a 10-year-old friend.

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A vehicle reportedly ran up on the curb on Santa Monica Avenue, near Victoria, striking the girls who were walking on a bike path with Joan Aronson, 50, the mother of the two sisters.

The accident was reported just after 7:14 p.m.

The 6-year-old is reportedly in serious condition. The 8 and 10-year-old had moderate injuries.

The suspect vehicle was described as a silver or gray older model possibly a Honda or Toyota with tinted windows.

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It is unknown if the car had any passengers.

Officials say there should be damage to the left front fender, headlight and bumper. The car is missing a hubcap.

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the vehicle. Anyone who witnessed the crash or who might have seen this vehicle is asked to call police at 805-477-4100 and ask for Det. Untalan or any investigator.

 

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