Child's foot broken in hit-and-run
Police are appealing for a driver to come forward following a collision which broke a three-year-old boy's foot.
The child, who was walking with his mother along the pavement in Eastgate, Louth, when he tripped and stepped off the kerb.
As he fell, a passing car collided with him and the child was left with two foot fractures.
It happened at around 3.40pm on Tuesday 24 September, near the junction with Priory Road.
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Police investigating the incident are appealing for the driver to get in contact with them.
They say the female driver of the car didn't stop, and police were not called at the time of the incident so no details of the driver were taken.
Police need to trace the driver to complete a record of the incident.
The female motorist was driving a silver 4x4, which police believe could be a Nissan Qashqai.
If you were the driver, or you know who that person was, please contact PC Dobson on 101, quoting the incident number.