Pedestrian hurt in hit and run crash

POLICE are hunting for a driver involved in a hit and run crash in Colchester.

At about 11.20pm on Sunday night a 43-year-old man was walking on Berechurch Hall Road, near the junction with Monkwick Avenue.

He was hit by a car which then drove off in the direction of Mersea Road.

A spokesman for Essex Police said: "The car is thought to be a blue Peugeot 206 with a young female driver.

"The front nearside wing mirror was knocked off the vehicle in the collision.

 

"The pedestrian, who was crossing the road, fortunately only received minor injuries."

Police at Stanway Road Policing unit are appealing for the driver of the car to contact them or anyone with information to call PC Trevor Sleet on 101.

 

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5:25pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Madcowmac says...

All the driver when found is say no comment, then they will be let off happen to me when a car hit an ran me whilst I was riding my motorbike
All the driver when found is say no comment, then they will be let off happen to me when a car hit an ran me whilst I was riding my motorbike Madcowmac

7:33pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Suffolkcommuter says...

It wasn't me
It wasn't me Suffolkcommuter

9:10pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Boris says...

Sorry to hear what happened to Madcowmac, but let's hope this time the driver is found and is properly punished, both for hitting the pedestrian and, even more so, for failing to report it. Should have her (his?) licence taken away for minimum 5 years.
Sorry to hear what happened to Madcowmac, but let's hope this time the driver is found and is properly punished, both for hitting the pedestrian and, even more so, for failing to report it. Should have her (his?) licence taken away for minimum 5 years. Boris

9:34pm Tue 10 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

11.20pm on Sunday night
pre christmas drinkies with friends or workmates?


nasty business either way.
11.20pm on Sunday night pre christmas drinkies with friends or workmates? nasty business either way. tomtheDJ

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