Driver smashes stolen Honda into row of parked cars and a pedestrianApril 27, 2021
Moment speeding driver smashes stolen Honda into row of parked cars after hit-and-run crash that left woman with a broken pelvis
- Speeding car smashed into row of parked cars and ran over a female pedestrian
- Driver of the Honda caught on CCTV being helped out the vehicle wreckage
- Then proceeded to flee scene of the crash on foot along with another passenger
- Pedestrian in her 30s was left with a broken pelvis as a result of the hit-and-run
Dramatic CCTV footage showed the moment a speeding driver smashed a stolen Honda into a row of parked cars after a hit-and-run crash that left a woman with a broken pelvis.
Police were called after a grey Honda Accord ploughed into a woman as she walked along the street in Birmingham last month.
In the shocking clip, the out-of-control car can be seen driving at speeding before colliding with several parked cars which crushed under the impact.
CCTV footage showed the moment the speeding ploughed into a row of parked cars in Birmingham earlier this month
A group of pedestrians can be seen looking startled and attempting to hide behind another vehicle just metres away, including a small child.
The driver was pictured being helped from the vehicle wreckage before he fled the scene on foot along with another passenger.
The woman, in her 30s, who was mown down by the car, was taken to hospital with a broken pelvis after paramedics rushed to the scene.
West Midlands Police say she has since returned home where she continues to recover from her injuries.
The force is now appealing for anyone who recognises the driver and his passenger from the images to get in touch.
The Honda was stolen from an address in the Acocks Green area before the shocking crash happened at 2pm on March 6 and caused ‘significant damage’.
Police are hoping to identify the speeding driver and their passenger after the pair fled the scene on foot
One woman, in her 30s, was mown down by the car and was left with a broken pelvis meanwhile other pedestrians hid behind other cars as the crash took place
PC Lucy White, from the force’s Traffic Unit, said: ‘We are keen to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time who might have seen what happened.
‘In particular if anyone has any dash-cam or mobile phone footage of the collision, please get in touch.’
A West Midlands Fire Service spokesman said previously: ‘We sent two fire engines to the scene, one from Solihull and the other from May Mills.
‘No-one was trapped in any vehicles but we offered assistance to make the scene safe.
‘One person, a pedestrian was injured. They received treatment at the scene before being taken to hospital.’
Anyone with information is asked to contact police via Live Chat between 8am and midnight, or call 101 anytime.
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