Friday, February 25, 2011
8:42 AM Cute
Police on the state’s Central Coast are appealing for public help as they hunt a motorist who failed to stop after knocking down a woman at Terrigal.
The 34-year-old woman was struck by a dark-coloured vehicle - possibly a Nissan Skyline - at the intersection of Kurrawyba Avenue and Grosvenor Road, Terrigal, just before 12.30am on Sunday (13 February).
The driver of the vehicle left the scene without rendering assistance to the injured pedestrian.
Police from Brisbane Water Local Area Command and NSW Ambulance Paramedics responded to the incident.
The woman was taken to Gosford Hospital for treatment of a broken leg, broken shoulder, broken hand and facial injuries.
She remains in a stable condition.
Investigations into the incident are continuing and police are now seeking public assistance to try and identify the motorist and vehicle involved.
In particular they’re keen to hear from anyone who has seen or repaired a dark-coloured vehicle with damage consistent with it being involved in a collision.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Gosford Police Station via Crime Stoppers on
1800 333 000.
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