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The bicycle of an unaffiliated female hit by a car at 39th and Spruce streets lies in the middle of the road. She is being treated at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for her injuries.

Credit: Luke Chen , Luke Chen

The Philadelphia Police Department has released surveillance video of a hit-and-run that occurred on campus Thursday evening.

The video shows a 22-year-old unaffiliated woman, biking eastbound on Spruce Street between 38th and 39th streets, fall off her bike. As she attempts to stand up, she is hit by a car traveling west. The car is a dark, four-door sedan with a light-colored plate on the front. The video’s description says the car may have damage to the left front fender.

Watch: Surveillance video released by Philadelphia Police

The woman sustained “severe head injuries,” according to the video’s description.

According to 6abc, the woman, identified as Monae Mosey, was riding her bike to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to visit her sick child.

Police are asking anyone with information about the accident to submit a tip to (215) 686-TIPS. The Automotive Investigative Unit is looking into the incident.

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