A 9-year-old girl wasinjured after a hit-run crash at Stirling North on Monday.
Police are investigating the hit-run crash which occurred out the front of Stirling North Primary on Monday morning.
At about 8.30am, the girl was walking along the eastern footpath on Railway Station Road, when she was struck by a small white Holden sedan.
The girl received a minor injury to her leg and walked in to the school grounds.
At the time, she was wearing a navy blue and yellow Stirling North Primary School t-shirt, blue denim shorts and was carrying a purple and pink backpack.
The car is described as having a silver Holden badge above the front grill.
It had 3 headlights on either side of the vehicle, ‘star’ type mag wheels, dents and silver scratches near the driver’s side front wheel and another dent near the passenger’s side mirror.
The child was able to provide police with a comprehensive description of the driver.
The driver is described as being a woman of Aboriginal appearance, medium build, aged in her 40s with brown eyes and black hair which was in a pony-tail to the left side with a dark brown hair tie.
She was wearing a black top with an oval shaped collar, a gold triangle shaped necklace, big gold hoop earrings and either had three beauty spots or piercings – with two above the lip and one below the lip.
There was also a baby boy seated in a child seat in the centre rear of the car who was wearing a Thomas the Tank Engine T-shirt.
There was also another child seated in the rear passengers side seat.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the crash or may know the identity of the driver, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.sa.crimestoppers南京夜网.au
HIT-RUN: Police are investigating the hit-run crash which occurred out the front of Stirling North Primary on Monday morning.
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