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Police hunt elderly driver who knocked over young girl

Police hunt elderly driver who knocked over young girl

Wednesday 04 November 2015

Police hunt elderly driver who knocked over young girl


Police want to trace an elderly driver who knocked over a young girl in Palace Close in St Saviour last week.

The girl suffered a broken arm and minor injuries to her leg in the accident - which took place at around 1.30 pm last Thursday - but the driver drove off without leaving his details.

The driver is described as being between 55 and 65 years old, with greying hair. He was driving a silver-coloured car.

The police have asked anyone with any information to contact them on 612612, or the Crimestoppers number 0800 555111.

A police statement said: “A young girl has been waiting in the road for her mother to park her car in Palace Close.

“She has started to cross the road in order to go to her friend’s house.

“A silver coloured car has driven along and collided with the young girl knocking her over causing her to fall to the ground.

“She suffered a broken arm and minor injuries to her leg.

“The driver of the car was described as between 55-65, with greying hair.

“He stopped and spoke with the young girl and her mother, but did not provide any details and subsequently left the area.”

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Posted by The old git Git on
Why didn't the mother ask for his details?
Posted by Elizabeth Irwin on
Between 55 and 65! that's not an elderly man!
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