GARDAÍ have appealed for witnesses to a hit and run in Limerick City overnight in which a female pedestrian injured.
The incident, involving a car, occurred at William Street between midnight and 1am.
The woman was taken to University Hospital Limerick where she was being treated for non life-threatening injuries.
“Gardaí are investigating a road traffic collision between a pedestrian and a car that occurred at approximately 12:30am on William Street, Limerick City on Monday, March 28. A female pedestrian in her late 50s was taken to University Hospital Limerick for treatment,” said a garda spokesman.
“Her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening at this time, the vehicle failed to remain at the scene,” he said.
The street was cordoned off for several hours to allow a Garda Forensic Collision Investigator conduct a technical examination of the scene.
“No arrests have been made at this time. Investigations are ongoing,” the spokesman said.