Police are continuing to appeal for information following a serious crash in which a pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries.

A vehicle heading towards the centre of Manchester on Hyde Road, Debdale, struck a 44-year-old woman at 6pm on Thursday.

The driver failed to remain at the scene and is believed to have turned left onto Delahays Range where the motor was abandoned.

The injuries are believed to be serious and life-threatening.

Three men aged 24, 21 and 21 were arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving, aggravated taking without consent,  theft of motor vehicle and perverting the course of justice.

They have since been bailed pending further investigation.

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It is believed the suspects had been travelling on Stockport Road, Denton, before turning left onto the A57 Manchester Road South entering Denton Island and then onto Hyde Road towards the city centre.

Police are appealing for witnesses or those who have footage of their movement prior to and following the accident to come forward.

People can call 0161 856 4741 quoting incident number 2680 of 8/02/2024.