POLICE are desperately appealing for help from the public to identify a car believed to have been involved in a horror hit and run which left a man with serious injuries in Logan last year.
Officers from the Forensic Crash Unit said the incident happened around 7.40pm on Thursday, December 14.
It’s understood a man was on Wuraga Road near the intersection with Prangley Road when he was hit by a vehicle.
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The 63-year-old sustained multiple rib fractures, a number of broken bones, severe bruising, required several blood transfusions and was in hospital for three months recovering.
He still has not regained the full use of his damaged left shoulder and arm.
Despite a significant and protracted investigation, including a media campaign, no person or vehicle has been identified as responsible for the hit and run traffic crash.
“Johnnie has endured months of recovery from injuries sustained and we are asking anyone with information that may bring closure of this matter to come forward,” Springwood Forensic Crash Unit, officer in charge, Acting Sergeant Cathy Brown said.
Members of the public who may have witnessed the incident – in particular a white Ford Ranger or Mazda cab-chassis ‘space-cab’ ute with damage to the passenger side mirror; or have relevant dash-cam footage – are being asked to come forward.