14-year-old boy in life-threatening condition after being hit by vehicle in Oshawa

Click to play video: 'Durham police identify possible suspect car in Oshawa hit-and-run'
Durham police identify possible suspect car in Oshawa hit-and-run
WATCH: A 14-year-old boy remains in hospital as Durham regional police search for the suspect who hit the young man, fleeing the scene – Feb 20, 2020

Durham Regional Police say a 14-year-old boy has life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a vehicle in Oshawa on Monday night.

Emergency crews were called to Stevenson Road North at around 8:05 p.m.

Police told Global News they believe the teen was on a motorized vehicle, possibly an e-bike, when he was hit.

Click to play video: 'Teen in life-threatening condition following hit and run'
Teen in life-threatening condition following hit and run

“A male was found lying on the roadway next to an off-road motorcycle and appeared to have sustained serious injuries,” police said in a statement issued Tuesday morning.

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The 14-year-old, from Oshawa, was treated at the scene by paramedics and Oshawa Fire.

The boy was then airlifted to a Toronto trauma centre via air-ambulance. As of Tuesday morning, he is still in life-threatening condition.

The driver did not remain at the scene.

Police said witnesses in the area reported hearing a loud bang and saw what appeared to be a white sedan fleeing the scene. The vehicle was last seen driving southbound on Stevenson Road North towards Taunton Road.

Stevenson Road North was closed between Conlin and Taunton roads for the investigation, but the roadway has since re-opened.

Anyone with information or video is asked to call police at 1-888-579-150 ext. 5256.

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