Oregon State Police seeks the public's help to find the driver who took off after a fatal hit-and-run in Hermiston.

State police and other emergency personnel Saturday at 2:30 a.m. responded to a pedestrian was had been hit by a car on Highway 395 near Sherrell Chevrolet. According to a news release from state police, the preliminary investigation revealed a pedestrian was pushing a shopping cart northbound when a red Honda car struck the pedestrian from behind.

The pedestrian suffered fatal injuries. State police reported it would release the identity of the victim and other information later.

While the driver of the Honda did not stop, state police recovered pieces of the vehicle, pictured above.

"OSP believes the vehicle is a 1996 to 2000 Honda, possibly a Civic model, with aftermarket features and effects," according to the news release.

Oregon State Police is asking anyone with information regarding this deadly hit-and-run to contact the agency by dialing *OSP.

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