A 21-year-old Oregon State University student suffered extensive injuries on Monday evening when she was hit by a vehicle in the intersection of Northwest 26th Street and Northwest Harrison Boulevard in Corvallis, the Corvallis Police Department reported.

The vehicle involved in the incident left the scene traveling west on Harrison. Police are seeking any information related to the crash, including unidentified witnesses. 

Police responded to the call at 6:21 p.m. Sept. 26 with a report of a pedestrian on the ground in the intersection while the vehicle involved fled the scene. In addition to police, the Corvallis Fire Department also responded.

The woman, identified as Aliyah Lopez, a student originally from Newport, was transported to Good Samaritan Regional Medical facility and is receiving treatment for traumatic injuries.

The intersection was closed for approximately five hours for the investigation. Members of the Corvallis Police Department Major Accident Investigation Team and detectives responded to assist with the investigation. 

Based on the investigation Corvallis Police are looking for a beige or champagne-colored full-sized sport utility vehicle similar to a Chevrolet Tahoe or a full-sized pickup with canopy. There was no license plate information or specific vehicle make and model information.Anyone with information regarding the crash is asked to contact Det. Mark Smith at 541-766-6976 or mark.smith@corvallisoregon.gov.