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Pedestrian Hit by Car Not Identified

Pedestrian Hit by Car Not Identified


Counties Manukau Police have yet to identify a man who was struck by a car just after 11.00pm last night on Great South Road near Ryan Place.

The man is presently in a critical condition in Middlemore Hospital.

He is described as a male of about 50, 170-180cms, dark skinned, possibly Fijiian Indian and of slim build. He has a thin moustache.

The man was wearing black work boots, faded blue jeans and a black and orange HiViz jacket. No identification was found on the man but he was in possession of a silver coloured cigarette tin with a picture of a heron and eagle on the front.

Anyone recognising the description of the man is asked to contact the Counties Manukau District Command Centre on Ph: 09 263 2709.

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