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Big Bear Snowboarding Hit-and-Run Leaves Child Injured

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Authorities in Big Bear are searching for the suspect in a hit-and-run incident that took place on the slopes of Bear Mountain Ski Resort and left a nine-year-old girl injured, according to cbs2. The collision took place Saturday January 2nd at approximately 1 p.m. "The suspect is described as a white male between 25-30 years old, and approximately 5'10" - 6'2" tall. He was reportedly wearing a black and white jacket, black pants and using a black snowboard." The girl was treated for "a compound fracture to her femur and several wounds to her face." Anyone who maybe able to help with locating or identifying the suspect are asked to contact the Big Bear Sheriff's Station at (909) 866-0100 or by placing an anonymous call to WE-TIP at (800) 78-CRIME.