Man Charged In Connection With Hit And Run In L'Derry

A man has been charged in connection with a hit and run collision in L'Derry.

The incident happened in the Abercorn Road area on 09 November last year.

A male pedestrian was struck by a car and suffered head and leg injuries.

Two men aged 18 and 19 were arrested after the incident.
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The 19-year-old has been charged with dangerous driving, careless driving and other motoring offences.

He is to appear at L'Derry Magistrates Court on 16 March.

The 18-year-old remains on police bail.


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