Shocking pictures emerge as investigation into Whitwell hit-and-run continues

These shocking pictures show the aftermath of a hit-and-run in Derbyshire that left a man in hospital with serious injuries.

It happened happened at around 3pm on Thursday (July 16) on Whitwell high street.

A Mitsubishi Outlander is reported to have struck a man on the pavement before crashing into a fence outside the Boot and Shoe pub.

The 38-year-old man was taken to hospital with ‘several broken bones’.

It happened on Whitwell high street.

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Police said the offenders fled the scene on foot, leaving items including a mountain bike, alloy wheels and a compressor.

They are now appealing to the public for help to trace the offenders and property left behind.

Did you witness the incident, have CCTV installed or were you driving nearby around that time and have dashcam footage which could help with their inquiries?

Police and paramedics at the scene.

If you can help call 101, quoting reference 20*365120.

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A 38-year-old man was left seriously injured.