By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — More reward money is available for information in a hit-and-run crash involving three pedestrians. This happened late Monday night at North 50th Street and Haverford Avenue in West Philadelphia.

A car hit a woman and two small children as they were trying to cross the street.

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The crash took out a fire hydrant as well.

The children weren’t seriously hurt but the woman remains hospitalized with critical leg injuries.

“Well, I could tell you that when you see that video you can see that those two children were inches away from being catastrophically injured as well. I viewed the body-worn camera footage after this crash it was the most catastrophic leg injury I’ve ever seen in my 30 years,” Philadelphia Police Capt. Mark Overwise said.

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Philadelphia police say the car is likely a blue Nissan sedan from the mid-2000s.

It should have significant front-end damage.

There’s now a $5,000 reward to catch the driver behind the wheel.

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Call Philadelphia police if you can help provide information to arrest the driver.