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Tuesday 3 April 2012

Appeal following a collision at a supermarket car park in Nantwich


Police are appealing for a driver involved in a collision with a pedestrian at a supermarket car park in Nantwich to get in touch.
At 1.45pm on 14 March 2012 a woman was putting her shopping trolley back in the trolley park at Morrisons in Station Road when a car ran over her foot, trapping her and causing her to fall over.
The driver who was possibly in his 80s did stop at the time to ask if she was okay.
The woman said she was okay and as a result the man who was in a silver or grey Ford Fiesta mark three drove off without giving any details.
PC Nicola Berry said: "As it transpired the woman was treated for a broken small bone in her foot and a broken wrist.
"As a result I would like the driver to get in touch with me so that I can establish the full circumstances of the incident."
The driver can contact PC Berry by calling 101 and quoting incident number 825 of 14 March 2012.

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