RACINE COUNTY -- A 75-year-old man was seriously hurt in a hit-and-run crash in Caledonia Monday evening, February 6th -- and police are now seeking the striking driver.
It happened at the intersection of 3 Mile Road and State Highway 31 -- as the man was walking home around 6:15 p.m.
"He had a pretty severely broken leg," Lt. Gary Larsen with the Caledonia Police Department said. "As a result of the accident and the trauma, he really couldn`t remember too much about the accident."
Police said the man was crossing State Highway 31 and was struck by a vehicle traveling north. The striking vehicle did not stop and fled the area -- but police said some clues were left behind.
Car parts were recovered from the scene, including part of a side mirror. Police believe they've narrowed down the type of vehicle that struck the man.
"We were able to determine those pieces either came either from a Chevy Impala or a Monte Carlo," Lt. Larsen said.
Police would like any information on a 2000 to 2005 Chevy Impala that is missing a driver's side-view mirror.
Witnesses told police a dark-colored vehicle was speeding before the man was hit.
"We would like to find out who struck this gentleman and then just left him to lay there," Lt. Larsen said.
A friend of the victim told FOX6 News they spoke with him on Tuesday, and he was staying positive despite what happened.
If you have any information you are asked to contact police at 262-835-4423 extension 158.