Police have urged a driver to come forward after a young boy was hurt on a main Huddersfield road.
And the 11-year-old was on a pedestrian crossing when he was hit by the car on Leeds Road yesterday afternoon.
He was crossing Leeds Road near to the junction with Barr Street when he was injured at 5.25pm.
The vehicle is described as a dark-coloured family-sized hatchback, of similar size to a Ford Focus.
The boy, who suffered minor injuries, managed to pick himself up and ran to his home nearby.
He was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary for treatment.
Police say the driver stopped briefly at the scene before driving away.
Pc James Sandford said: “With the boy having left the scene it’s possible the driver could be unaware that he was in collision with a child.
“We urgently need to trace him so we can speak to him about the circumstances of the incident.
“We are checking CCTV in the area and carrying out enquiries to trace the vehicle but would urge the driver to contact us.
“We would also like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or saw the vehicle involved.”
Anyone with any information that could help should contact Pc Sandford via 101 quoting log number 1203 of January 28.
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