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Toddler hurt in Cardiff pedestrian crossing collision

Police in Cardiff are hunting a driver who failed to stop after a car was in collision with an 18-month-old girl in her pram on a pedestrian crossing.

The pram was thrown up the road and onto its side in the incident in Caerphilly Road, Heath, at 1330 BST on Saturday, said police.

The little girl was treated in hospital for a cut on her face.

The car, which was described as old and dark blue, continued towards Maes y Coed Road.

Road policing officers also looking for another driver who failed to stop following a collision with a pedestrian in the city centre on Saturday.

Officers said the 75-year-old man was crossing the road near the museum in Park Place at 1020 BST. The red Peugeot 206 continued towards Column Road without stopping.

The man suffered a broken bone in his foot and was taken to hospital.

Anyone who has any information is asked to contact the roads policing unit on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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