A female LAPD motorcycle officer has been hospitalized after an accident with a civilian vehicle that fled the scene. The motorcycle accident was a hit and run, occurring late in the morning on Tuesday.

At around 10:20 a.m, the LAPD officer was driving east past Second Street and Marina drive, an intersection which is currently the site of some construction. According to reports, a green Ford Explorer struck the officer’s motorcycle from behind. The cause of the motorcycle accident may or may not have been related to the ongoing construction, but there was traffic at the time of the accident.

The female LAPD motorcycle officer has been taken to a hospital in the area, where she is receiving treatment and listed in stable condition. As of now, police are still searching for leads on the identification and whereabouts of the hit and run vehicle.

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