A woman is hospitalized in serious condition after being struck by a hit-and-run driver on Antelope Road last weekend.

Robin Crowley, 45, was out for a walk when she was hit at 7:17 p.m. Saturday between 24th and 25th streets in White City. Her ex-husband, John Crowley of Medford, said it's not known whether she was crossing the street at the time of the impact, but police said she was hit in the road. John Crowley said the driver pulled into a driveway for a short time after hitting her, then took off. 

Robin Crowley, a mother of two adult children, was transported to Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center with what the Jackson County Sheriff's Department said are life-threatening injuries.

"She has many broken bones and a very serious head injury," John Crowley said Tuesday.

Robin Crowley, a former member of the U.S. Army Reserves, remains at RRMC in serious condition, according to hospital spokeswoman Lauren Van Sickle.

John Crowley said his two children, ages 20 and 18, are doing "as well as can be expected."

Little is known about the vehicle that struck Crowley, police said. It is believed to be a gray sedan with possible front-end damage on the driver's side. Police responding to the crash site could not find the vehicle, and they were not able to obtain a suspect description or a license plate from witnesses.

Anyone with information about the incident or identity of the vehicle's driver is asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff's Department at 541-774-6800 reference case number 16-20949.

— Reach reporter Ryan Pfeil at 541-776-4468 or rpfeil@mailtribune.com. Follow him at www.twitter.com/ryanpfeil.