Police hunt hit-and-run Audi driver as girl, 14, lies seriously injured in hospital

Police hunt hit-and-run Audi driver as girl, 14, lies seriously injured in hospital and 17-year-old needed treatment after both were mowed down on Saturday night

  • Two teenage girls were injured in hit-and-run collision as police hunt Audi driver
  • 14-year-old girl who suffered ‘life-changing’ injuries is currently in hospital 
  • The incident happened at 9pm on Saturday on Great Moor Street in Bolton


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

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

A 14-year-old girl was taken to hospital with life-changing pelvic and abdominal injuries remains in a serious condition in hospital.

The second victim, 17, suffered minor wounds and was treated at the scene in Bolton town centre.

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

Police are now hunting the driver of the red Audi A4 and are urging anyone with information to come forward

Police are now hunting the driver of the red Audi A4 and are urging anyone with information to come forward

Police are now hunting the driver of the red Audi A4 and are urging anyone with information to come forward. 

Greater Manchester police have confirmed they have made no arrests and enquiries are ongoing.  

PC Thomas Berry, of GMP’s Roads Policing Unit, said ‘This is a serious road traffic collision where the offending vehicle has failed to stop, leaving a 14-year-old girl in a serious condition in hospital.

‘I am keen to speak to anyone who may have been in the Bolton town centre at the time of the collision and saw an older model dark red Audi A4 in the area.

‘Anyone with information or dash cam footage should contact police on 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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