Wellington Police investigating serious traffic incident

Published: Fri 3 Dec 2010 02:02 PM
Wellington Police investigating serious traffic incident which left woman with fractured hip and ankle
Wellington Police are investigating a serious incident involving a motor vehicle colliding with a pedestrian on Wednesday this week and are seeking witnesses to it.
Police were alerted by members of the public at approximately 8.10pm on Wednesday 1 December 2010 that a motor vehicle had collided with a pedestrian near the intersection of John Street and Adelaide Road in Newtown.
Detective Sergeant Mike Priston says a 46 year old woman received a fractured hip and fractured ankle as a result of the incident.
"Several witnesses have been interviewed in respect to the incident, however we are urging further witnesses to come forward and help Police with our inquiries."
Anyone with any information should phone Detective Sergeant Mike Priston on (04) 381 2000 or phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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