DELHI (CBS13) — A Modesto man was left with major injuries have a hit-and-run in Delhi over the weekend.

California Highway Patrol says, a little after midnight Sunday, officers got a report about a hit-and-run involving a car and a pedestrian near Stephens Street and Schendel Avenue.

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Officers found 38-year-old Modesto resident Jason Anthony Peterson lying in the shoulder.

It appears Peterson was walking within the crosswalk when a sedan drove through and struck him. The car didn’t stop.

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Peterson was rushed to the hospital to be treated for major injuries to his left leg and head. His current condition was not disclosed.

Investigators believe the car involved was a silver, 2003-2006 Hyundai Elantra. The car will have possible side mirror damage.

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Anyone who may have seen the crash or with any other information is urged to contact the CHP Merced area office.