Police hunt driver of red car after ‘hit and run’ in March leaves pedestrian injured
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A police hunt has begun for a hit and run driver who knocked down a woman pedestrian in March yesterday.
Police have appealed for help in trying to find the driver.
“A female was knocked over on Station Road, March, by a red car,” said a police spokesman.
“Did you see anything? If so call 101 to help us catch the offender.”
The incident happened at around 11am outside the petrol station on Station Road.
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Local residents have called for action to slow traffic down along the road.
“Hope whoever it was does get caught and the poor lady is ok, maybe something will get done about the speeding drivers down that road,” wrote one person on a local Facebook forum.
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Another said: “The lady hurt her foot quite badly and went to hospital. She was clearly in shock but, bless her, I think she’s OK.”
One resident said his car parked in Station Road was written off two months ago “parked outside my house. My cat has also been run over and killed.
“People drive like complete idiots up and down there.”