A Hit & Run incident is caught on CCTV at Greenacre, as numerous people are left skittled by an aggressive driver. Police are searching for the driver and some of his victims who they believed may have sought medical assistance after the incident.
The video shows a group of four people gathering on Narelle Crescent in Greenacre just before 7pm on Thursday night when a white Nissan Pulsar slams into them, sending one person flipping onto the windscreen of the car before falling onto the ground. It is believed there was an argument in the moments before the collision.
Police from Bankstown Local Area Command are investigating the incident and have identified a 23-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman who were injured in the crash. Detectives have released CCTV from the incident as they appeal for witnesses or anyone who may have information about the circumstances surrounding the crash.
It is believed there were two or three other people injured during the incident and despite conducting extensive inquiries with hospitals and medical practitioners, detectives have not been able to identify them and are concerned about their welfare.
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