Woman's injuries 'not life-threatening' after being hit by Audi near Cabot Circus

By Estel Farell Roig

A woman's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening after she was hit by a car near Cabot Circus.

Bond Street was cordoned off on Friday (January 7) night following a collision between a pedestrian and a black Audi RS just before 10pm.

Police have now said that the female pedestrian, who was taken to hospital, sustained injuries considered not to be life-threatening.

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The force said enquiries are continuing, adding: "As of Saturday morning, the pedestrian’s injuries were considered not to be life-threatening.

"There has not been a condition update since then."

Police have previously urged witnesses to come forward.

An Avon and Somerset Police spokesperson said on Saturday: "We’re appealing for witnesses to come forward following a collision between a car and a pedestrian in Bristol city centre last night.

"The incident involved a black Audi RS and occurred in Bond Street, near the cinema, shortly before 10pm.

"Paramedics attended and the female pedestrian was taken to hospital.

"CCTV enquiries are ongoing. We’re keen to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened or may have dashcam footage relevant to our investigation."

Anyone who can help is asked to call 101 and give log number 5222005355.

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