Lucky escape for Bath woman and child in hit-run drama
A Bath mother and her child had a lucky escape from a hit-and-run crash.
The mother was taking her child out of a car seat when her Mercedes was hit by another car.
Now police have appealed for help to catch the driver who sped off without stopping.
The woman, who has not been named, was taken her child from her car on Batheaston High Street on Friday, March 1.
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At around 11.40am her Mercedes was hit by what has been described as an old musty yellow car which headed off in the direction of Bath city centre.
Bath police want to speak to anyone who saw the woman and child's lucky escape or to staff at garages in the area who may have repaired the car.
If you have information, call the police on 101.