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Police hunt down Audi driver while girl, 14, is in hospital seriously injured and 17-year-old needed treatment after both were mowed down Saturday night

  • Two teenage girls injured in collision while police chased Audi driver
  • 14-year-old girl with ‘life-changing’ injuries is currently in hospital
  • The incident happened at 9pm on Great Moor Street in Bolton on Saturday










Police are hunting an Audi driver in Bolton after two teenage girls were injured in a hit and run that left one of them with ‘life-changing’ injuries.

A red Audi A4 collided with the two schoolgirls as they crossed the road on Great Moor Street in Bolton, but the driver failed to stop at the scene at 9pm on Saturday.

A 14-year-old girl was taken to hospital with life-changing injuries to the pelvis and abdomen and is in serious condition.

The second victim, 17, suffered minor injuries and was treated on site in the center of Bolton.

Police are hunting a red Audi A4 driver after two teenage girls are injured in a shocking hit-and-run on Great Moor Street in Bolton (above)

The police are now looking for the driver of the red Audi A4 and are calling on anyone with information to come forward

The police are now looking for the driver of the red Audi A4 and are calling on anyone with information to come forward

The police are now looking for the driver of the red Audi A4 and are calling on anyone with information to come forward.

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that they have made no arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

PC Thomas Berry, from GMP’s Roads Policing Unit, said: “This is a serious road accident where the offending vehicle has not stopped, leaving a 14-year-old girl in hospital in serious condition.

“I would like to speak to anyone who was in Bolton town center at the time of the collision and who saw an older model dark red Audi A4 nearby.

Anyone with information or dashcam footage should contact police at 101 quoting incident number 3118-09/10/2021.

“Reports can be made anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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