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Pedestrian hurt in Carlisle hit-and-run

Police are investigating an incident in which a car failed to stop after a road traffic collision in which a pedestrian was hit.

The incident occurred on Tuesday 18th September at 4:55pm at Orton Road, Carlisle.

A Cumbria Police spokesman said: “The collision involved a male pedestrian and a Mini Cooper which is described as black with white stripes on the bonnet and a white roof.

“There is potential damage to the front passenger side of the vehicle due to the collision. It is believed there were two individuals in the vehicle at the time.

“The pedestrian was shaken up, suffering cuts and bruises to his head, leg and side but no serious injuries.”

Police are appealing for any witnesses or anyone with information in regards to the incident, in which they should contact police quoting log 198 of 18th September 2018.

Email: [email protected]

Call non-emergency number: 101

Or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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