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A man's been left badly hurt after a hit and run in Stockport.
It happened at 11.05pm on Sunday 1st May as 28 year old Dale O'Malley was crossing the road near to McDonald's restaurant along Wellington Road South in Stockport town centre.
A silver/grey five-door Peugeot 206 then collided with him and drove off in the direction of Hazel Grove.
Dale suffered a broken leg, broken arm and head injuries and was taken to Stepping Hill hospital for emergency treatment. He was later transferred to Hope hospital. His condition remains critical.
The vehicle was damaged to the front nearside and had a smashed windscreen.
Inspector Susan Redfern, from the Road Policing Unit said:
"We need to hear from either the driver, or someone who saw the collision. Also, the car would have suffered extensive damage to the passenger side so I want to hear from anyone who may have seen a damaged 206 driving round Stockport or from any mechanics who have been asked to repair such a car."