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Appeal for witnesses after a car hit a woman and her dog in Derby

Posted on 20th February 2015

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car hit a woman who was walking her dogs in Derby.

On Tuesday, February 17 at around 12.30pm a purple Honda Accord car hit a woman who was walking her two dogs on Greenwich Drive South in Derby.

The driver and passenger of the car then ran from the scene over grass towards the A38. One of the youths was described as 17-years-old, 5ft 10ins tall and was wearing a grey top. The second youth was white, of a similar age, 5ft 6ins tall, slim build with black hair and was wearing blue jeans and a blue and white hooded top.

One of the dogs was trapped underneath the vehicle with the woman but suffered no injuries. The woman was taken to the Royal Derby hospital and suffered possible broken bones.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Alex Boniface at St Marys Wharf police station on 101 quoting incident number 259 of February 17.

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