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Grandmother, 80, left with broken wrist, cracked jaw and cheekbone after e-scooter in ‘hit and run’

A grandmother was left with a broken wrist, a cracked jaw and cheekbone after she was knocked to the ground by an e-scooter in a suspected hit-and-run.

Sarah Carter was crashed into by a rider as she walked along the pavement.

The 80-year-old was going to a shop near her home in Canterbury, Kent, when the accident happened on July 1, which sent her flying.

She said she was crashed into by a young man riding a Bird rented e-scooter and is now calling for the city-wide trial scheme to end before a pedestrian or rider is killed.

Witnesses said an e-scooter rider came flying out of the entrance to flats that sit above a nearby Sainsbury’s store.

Retired university librarian Ms Carter is now at home recovering from her injuries following the incident near Canterbury West station.

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