Man Seriously Injured in Hit and Run near Aston Clinton
11:08am 31st October 2010
A man's in a critical condition after being run over near Aston Clinton this morning.
He was discovered lying injured in London Road just before six by a passer-by.
It's thought he'd been hit sometime after two a.m.
The 23 year old man from Hertfordshire is being treated for severe head injuries at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
Police say due to debris left at the scene, it looks like the man was hit by a Vauxhall and that the car will have significant damage to its front.
Officers believe there's no way the driver could have failed to know he'd hit something and they're appealing for anyone with any information to come forward.
Garages and repair centres are being asked to keep an eye out for damaged Vauxhalls.
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