Pedestrian suffered broken bones after crash in Sainsbury’s car park in Bury St Edmunds
- Credit: Gregg Brown
A driver is reported to have failed to give their details after colliding with a pedestrian who suffered a broken ankle and wrist.
The accident happened in Sainsbury’s car park in Bedingfield Way, Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday at around 3.30pm.
A police spokesman said: “A collision happened involving a woman pedestrian and a car.
“Although the vehicle stopped at the location, the driver failed to give their personal details or the vehicle registration.
“The woman pedestrian sustained a broken ankle and wrist as a result of the collision.”
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Witnesses or anybody who has information are asked to contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting reference CAD 422 of 9 January.
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