'Hit-and-run driver left me for dead by the side of the road'
A CYCLIST says she is lucky to be alive after a hit-and-run driver left her battered and bruised by the side of the road.
Supermarket shelf stacker Sharon Bailey, 45, was riding along the cycle track near Ruston Sports & Social Club, in Newark Road, Lincoln, when she was hit by a car and thrown over the handlebars of her bike.
She sprained her right wrist, bruised her right arm, scraped her right leg and suffered bruising to her lower back and is off work for the foreseeable future.
"Whoever has done this knows they have hit me and driven off, leaving me there," said mum-of-one Miss Bailey, of Boundary Street, Lin coln, who works at Asda in North Hykeham.
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"I could have been killed or ended up in wheelchair."
Anyone with information about the incident, which happened at about 6.30am on September 28, should call police on 0300 111 0300.