Appeal after woman pushing a pram is injured in fail-to-stop collision in Lowestoft
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Police are appealing for a driver to come forward following a fail-to-stop collision in Lowestoft where a woman pushing a pram was injured.
The incident happened in Milton Road East in Lowestoft at around 3pm on Friday, January 6.
The car had been parked in a bay but was being driven away when it was in collision with a young woman pedestrian who was pushing her child in a pram along the pavement.
The vehicle didn't stop but was driven off towards Alexandra Road. The woman sustained bruising to her thigh in the incident.
It's thought a woman in her 30s to 40s was driving the white car and police are appealing for her, or anyone who may have information about who she is, to come forward.
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Call Suffolk Police on 101 and ask to speak to the Traffic Justice Unit in Lowestoft quoting CAD number 222 of January 6.
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