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Police believe Hwy 126W hit-and-run vehicle to be a Toyota minivan

Oregon State Police believe the suspect vehicle is a 2004-2010 Toyota Sienna minivan, similar to the one in this stock image. (courtesy Oregon State Police)

MCKENZIE BRIDGE, Ore. -- Authorities have released new information regarding the investigation of a hit-and-run last week that hospitalized a wildland firefighter working to contain the Terwilliger Fire.

Through evidence collected, Oregon State Police believe the suspect vehicle is a 2004-2010 Toyota Sienna minivan (the attached image is a file photo, not the actual suspect vehicle), light colored, with either a CE or LE trim package.

The suspect vehicle will have notable exterior damage to include damaged right headlight assembly and missing the right side mirror, police said.

OSP requests anyone with information to contact the Oregon State Police Northern Command Center at (503) 375-3555 or dial *OSP from your mobile phone and reference case # SP 18-331738.

The hit-and-run sent John S. Houdeshell, 71, to the ICU at Sacred Heart Medical Center last Wednesday. No word on his condition has been released.

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