Watford cyclist 'seriously injured' in hit and run

Woman injured in hit and run The injured cyclist also suffered cuts and bruises to her face and body

A cyclist suffered a broken jaw and other injuries when she was hit by a car which failed to stop in Watford.

The woman, in her 20s, was riding on Ashfields at about 23:50 BST on Saturday when she was hit by the car as she turned right into Poundfield.

She was knocked unconscious during the incident and was only found when another motorist drove past.

Hertfordshire Police are still trying to trace the driver of the car which failed to stop.

PC Alison Elderfield said: "If this was you, or you think you know who it may have been, please get in touch as soon as possible."

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