TULSA - The investigation into a hit-and-run last Monday continues as police search for the suspected vehicle involved.
Around 11 p.m. a man was walking near Pine and New Haven in north Tulsa when police say a Ford pickup truck hit him.
A Tulsa Transit Authority bus driver witnessed the incident.
Police say she performed CPR on the man after pressing record on her bus camera. The camera caught the suspect's vehicle as it fled the scene.
The man suffered critical injuries and was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
Police have determined the vehicle was a 1992 to 1996 Ford Short Wide F-150, either maroon or red in color. The truck should have damage to the right front area, specifically the grill and headlight assembly.
Police say the video shows the vehicle has a chrome rear bumper, chrome bed rails and a chrome door mirror. The tailgate says "FORD" on the upper passenger side, similar to the attached photo.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.
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