Jason Roberts suffered nasty head injuries while out walking his pet dog who hasn’t been seen since
A DOG walker was mowed down by an apparent drunk driver – who then threw him in his car and took him home before making a run for it.
Jason Roberts was knocked unconscious when he was knocked down by a dark-coloured 4×4 on Sunday.
When he woke up he found himself in the stranger’s car who said he was taking him home.
But he was allegedly dumped at the front door before the driver fled the scene – without waiting for police to arrive.
Jason’s frantic wife Jemma told Bristol Post: “The man put my husband unconscious in his car and dumped him at home when my husband came to and asked to be let out, because he could smell alcohol on his breath.
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“I believe he knocked on our front door and left him there.
“I saw a car in the road outside the house which my husband was staring at, and when I could get him to talk he said ‘that car hit me’.”
Jason, who is in his 40s, was rushed to hospital to be treated for head injuries.
But despite the driver taking his victim home, Jason’s dog was not returned.
It’s believed the terrified grey whippet ran off following the crash at around 8.30pm on Sunday.
Jemma has since appealed to witnesses to come forward in a post on Facebook yesterday.
She added: “If anyone sees a large grey whippet running around Ashton, he hasn’t been seen since the accident and our children would like him home safe so please get in touch if you have seen him or have him.”
A spokesman for Avon and Somerset police said: “We were called to a report of a fail to stop collision on Breach Road, Bristol, last night at 8.30pm.
“A man in his 40s was hit by a car and suffered head injuries as a result.
“He was taken to the Bristol Royal Infirmary where he remains.
The vehicle involved is believed to be a dark-coloured Land Rover.
“Our inquiries are continuing but anyone with information is asked to contact us on 101 and quote log number 1003 of yesterday, March 19.”
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