Biddeford police say they are looking for a driver who hit a pedestrian in Biddeford on Sunday afternoon, then left the scene after getting out of her car to ask him if he was all right.

The woman was driving a white vehicle southbound on Elm Street about 2:10 p.m. when she hit the 63-year-old man as he crossed the street where Center Street merges in a Y-shaped intersection next to St. Joseph’s Church. There are clearly marked crosswalks in the three-way intersection, but no stop signs or stoplights.

Sgt. Scott Evans said the driver got out of her vehicle to see if the man was OK, but Evans did not have any details on their conversation or what condition the man was in at the time.

Police did not say whether the man was in a crosswalk or any other details. Police did not release the identity of the man, who was taken to Southern Maine Healthcare with minor injuries.

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