SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A search is on for the driver suspected in a south Sacramento hit-and-run that left a woman with life-threatening injuries Thursday night.

California Highway Patrol says, a little before 10:30 p.m., a woman tried to cross Florin Road at Fawn Way. She first stepped in front of a car in the #1 eastbound lane, but that driver was able to stop in time.

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However, the woman was then struck by a car when she tried to cross the #2 lane. The impact of the collision threw her onto the roadway, officers say, and left her with life-threatening injuries.

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The driver who hit the woman took off before officers could get to the scene. The suspect’s car is believed to be a grey, 2002-2004 Mercedes C Class.

No other details about the suspect were available.

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Anyone with information relevant to the hit-and-run investigation is urged to call CHP at (916) 897-5600.