Police in Berkeley are looking for a motorist who drove away after rear-ending a cyclist earlier this week, sending her to the hospital with moderate injuries, authorities report.
According to police, the cyclist — a 33-year-old Kensington woman — sustained injuries to her face and legs when the driver struck her.
The cyclist had been northbound on Shattuck waiting to turn left onto Woolsey when a northbound driver struck her from behind, BPD said.
Witnesses said the motorist who struck the cyclist was driving a white sedan, BPD said.
The Berkeley Police Department asks anyone with information about the hit-and-run collision to call BPD at 510-981-5900.
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