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Police are appealing for witnesses to a hit-and-run in Eastbourne this evening (26 July).
A pedestrian was using a zebra crossing in Upperton Road – close to the junction with Ocklynge Road – around 7.50pm, when he was struck by a dark coloured vehicle which failed to stop.
Police and ambulance services responded to the scene and the man is being treated for serious injuries.
A section of the road remains closed and motorists are advised to seek alternative routes in the meantime.
Anyone who witnessed the collision, captured any relevant footage on dash cam or CCTV, or has seen a dark coloured vehicle with obvious damage to it being driven in the area, is urged to come forward.
You can email [email protected] quoting serial 1646 of 26/07.
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