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Noe Delgado, 24, of Pittsburg, was arrested Monday evening after he struck a woman and two children who were crossing the street, then fled the scene, police said. (Courtesy Pittsburg Police Department)

PITTSBURG -- Police arrested a 24-year-old Pittsburg man Monday night after he allegedly hit a woman and two small children, injuring all three, then drove off, police said.

The woman and the two children had non-life threatening injuries, Pittsburg police Lt. Ron Raman said. The children, ages 7 and 1, were treated and released Monday night; the woman, 29, was expected to be released from a hospital by Tuesday morning, he added.

The unidentified woman and children were crossing Crestview Drive while walking west on the Delta de Anza Regional Trail around 5:45 p.m. when they were hit, Raman said. The 7-year-old girl was riding a bicycle, while the 1-year-old boy was in a stroller. They were all inside the crosswalk.

After hitting them, the driver drove away. Witnesses to the collision helped police track down the car police believe the suspect was driving at the time.

Noe Delgado, 24, of Pittsburg, was arrested less than an hour later, Raman said.

Delgado didn't show any obvious signs of intoxication, Raman said, but the investigation is continuing. He is being held on $50,000 bail at County Jail in Martinez on suspicion of felony hit-and-run.

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