POLICE | Pedestrian critical in Liverpool hospital after Bankstown crash

Generic image. Picture: NSW Ambulance
Generic image. Picture: NSW Ambulance

Police are investigating a crash at Bankstown on Monday night that left a pedestrian with serious head injuries in Liverpool hospital.

Emergency services were called to Marion Street, near Egan Street, about 7.25pm, following reports a car had hit a pedestrian.

On arrival, Bankstown police officers found a man, 38, unconscious on the road.

He was treated by ambulance paramedics before being taken to Liverpool hospital where he remains in an induced coma.

The driver of a sedan, a man, 55, was taken to Bankstown hospital for mandatory blood and urine samples.

He was then taken to Bankstown police station where he was helping officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit with their inquiries.

  • Any information about this incident to CrimeStoppers, 1800 333 000. Information treated in strict confidence. You're reminded not to report crime via police social-media pages.

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