Police investigating following the hit and run at Waterloo. Picture: Bill Hearne
Police investigating following the hit and run at Waterloo. Picture: Bill Hearne

Woman struck twice in domestic hit and run

A WOMAN has been taken to hospital with facial injuries after she was struck twice by a car in a bizarre hit and run following a domestic incident in Sydney.

Just after midnight Police and paramedics were called to John Street, Waterloo where they found a 49-year-old woman with fractures and facial injuries.

The woman suffered fractures and facial injuries. Picture: Bill Hearne
The woman suffered fractures and facial injuries. Picture: Bill Hearne

She was taken to St Vincents Hospital in a stable condition.

Initial investigations suggest the woman was standing in the middle of the road when she was hit twice by the driver of a green Holden Commodore sedan, who then left the scene.

It is believed the woman stood in the middle of the road before being knocked down.  Picture: Bill Hearne
It is believed the woman stood in the middle of the road before being knocked down. Picture: Bill Hearne

Police believe the woman and the female driver of the Holden are known to each other.

Officers from Redfern Local Area Command are appealing for anyone with information about the incident to come forward.

The driver fled the scene. Picture: Bill Hearne
The driver fled the scene. Picture: Bill Hearne


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