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Staffordshire Bull Terrier hurt in Fulwood hit and run

Posted on - 26th January, 2019 - 1:54pm | Author - | Posted in - Fulwood, Garrison, Preston News, Roads, Sharoe Green, Transport
Pablo kitted out for one of his runs Pic: Alex Knight/Blog Preston
Pablo kitted out for one of his runs Pic: Alex Knight/Blog Preston

A dog is receiving treatment after being hit by a van in Fulwood.

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An appeal for information and witnesses after the hit and run has been made.

The incident took place in Bluebell Way, Fulwood, near the Booths distribution centre.

His owner, Karen Kenning, was out for a run with her dog, Pablo.

The two-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier has been left with injuries and remains in the vets.

Pablo was wearing a hi-vis vest, harness and collar when was struck around 6.25am on Saturday (26 January).

The van driver made off from the scene, while a nearby cyclist stopped to help.

Pablo is still being assessed by the emergency vet throughout Saturday evening and there’s no confirmation of his injuries at this stage.

Read more: Roadworks to see part of Tom Benson Way closed for three overnight sessions

Karen is appealing for anyone who saw what happened to get in touch via Facebook.

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