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A pedestrian is on life support at Stanford Hospital after being struck by a hit-and-run driver in Redwood City early this morning, police said.

The collision occurred on Woodside Road near the intersection of Middlefield Road at about 1 a.m. can caused major injuries to the pedestrian, police said.

The vehicle involved fled and has not yet been located. Vehicle parts at the scene indicate that it is a 2007-2009 E-Class Mercedes Benz, possibly silver in color, police said. The car should be missing the driver’s side mirror, and the front driver’s side fog light bezel.

Anyone with information related to case is encouraged to contact Officer Darren Schrum at dschrum@redwoodcity.org or Detective Matt Cydzik at 650-780-7607 or mcydzik@redwoodcity.org or by calling 650-780-7100.

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