Driver sought after hit and run

BREAKING: AN ambulance en-route to a hit and run was involved in a crash this morning in North Rockhampton.

Queensland Ambulance Service says the emergency response vehicle was involved in a minor shunt near the intersection of Lakes Creek Road and Thozet Road.

The ambulance was on its way to a pedestrian who had been knocked down by a vehicle in Emu Park Road shortly after 8am.

A spokesman said the ambulance suffered only minor damage and no-one was hurt.

It was able to continue to attend to the patient who was then transported to Rockhampton Hospital with minor injuries.

Police are seeking the driver of a white Ford Courier dual cab which failed to stop after hitting the pedestrian.



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