By Ian Dipple Wednesday 04 September 2013 Updated: 04/09 12:31
A GIRL was injured by a car while crossing the road in Alcester.
The 11-year-old girl was using the pedestrian crossing on Kinwarton Road near St Benedict's Catholic High School about 4pm when a car, believed to be a light blue Vauxhall Corsa or a similar vehicle, ran over her foot.
The driver did not stop at the scene and police believe it is possible they were not aware of what had happened.
A number of passers-by stopped to help the girl while West Midlands Ambulance Service sent a rapid response car and an ambulance.
The girl was taken to the Alexandra Hospital with a suspected ankle injury.
PC Nevil Cox said he had spoken to a number of witnesses but was eager to hear from anyone else who had information and particularly from the driver of the car.
Anyone with any information should contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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