An 83-year-old woman suffered a broken wrist and ankle in a hit-and-run accident involving a mobility scooter in Birmingham, police have said.
The victim, who has not been named, also sustained multiple cuts and bruises when she was struck from behind and dragged along by the vehicle in Kingstanding.
West Midlands Police said officers were appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened at about 1pm on Saturday May 22 near a pub in Kingstanding Road.
Detective Constable Alexis Wood, who is investigating the collision, said: "This was a shocking incident made worse by the fact that the driver did not stop to help.
"I would ask the driver of the mobility scooter to do the decent thing and come forward."
Appealing for witnesses to assist the inquiry, the officer went on: "The incident happened on a busy stretch of road on a Saturday lunchtime.
"Lots of people will have been in the area at that time and may have seen what happened."