Glasgow & West Scotland

Four people sought after hit-and-run leaves woman injured

Police are attempting to trace four people who fled from a car after it mounted the pavement and hit a woman in the Hillington area of Glasgow.

The hit-and-run happened as the 41-year-old woman was walking with her adult son in Mossland Road, near Atholl Avenue, at about 17:35 on Tuesday.

A burgundy Vauxhall Astra went out of control, mounted the pavement and hit a road sign before hitting the woman.

She is in a stable condition in hospital. Her son was not injured.

Police said the woman is being treated for her injuries at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Insp Lorraine Lorimer said: "At this time, officers are checking CCTV in the area to identify those responsible and would appeal for anyone who either witnessed the crash or who has any information that will assist officers with their enquiries to get in touch."

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