GLENS FALLS — Glens Falls Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a driver who hit and seriously injured a woman who was in a crosswalk early Tuesday.

The victim, identified as a Glens Falls woman in her 60s, is expected to survive, but remained hospitalized as of Friday morning. Police did not release her name.

“She has some serious injuries but they are not believed to be life-threatening,” Glens Falls Police Detective Lt. Peter Casertino said.

He said she was conscious at the collision scene.

Glens Falls police believe she was hit by a gray or silver four-door Saab sedan around 5:35 a.m.

The victim was crossing Quade Street in a crosswalk when the car turned left from Sherman onto Quade, hitting her, Casertino said.

The car headed north on Quade, and may have front-end damage from the collision, Casertino said. Investigators have been working to locate Saabs that are registered in the area.

Police released surveillance video pictures Friday of the car believed to have been involved, taken by cameras on the nearby Glens Falls school complex.

Anyone with information about the vehicle was asked to call Glens Falls Police at 518-761-3840.

Police would not release information about the case earlier this week, citing the ongoing investigation, but on Friday sought the public’s help through a Facebook post and press release.

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