Pedestrian left seriously injured after being hit by car on A49 near Craven Arms

Police have launched an appeal 11 days after a pedestrian was hit by a car in south Shropshire and suffered "potentially serious injuries".

The A49 at Onibury. Photo: Google
The A49 at Onibury. Photo: Google

The man was hit on the A49 at Onibury, near Craven Arms, at around 2.30am on November 13.

He was then taken to Hereford County Hospital. Officers from the South Shropshire safer neighbourhood team have said the man's injuries were "non-life changing".

West Mercia Police is now appealing for witnesses and for anyone with dash cam footage to come forward.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "We were called at 2.55am to reports of a road traffic collision involving a pedestrian on the A49, near Craven Arms.

"Two ambulances and a paramedic officer attended and treated the pedestrian, a man, who had sustained potentially serious injuries.

"He was conveyed to Hereford County for further care."

Anyone with information can visit the West Mercia Police website, quoting reference 78 of November 13.

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