Following the accident, two individuals were apprehended but later released as the investigation remains underway.
According to the affiliated police, the wounded person in the hit and run crash continues to be hospitalised and is in a critical but stable state.
On the 9th of June, emergency services were requested to visit the site of the accident which is near St Austell at around 2:35 am. Requested to give an account of the incident, the officers stated that a motorcar rammed with a young man who’s estimated to be 24 years old. They added that the victim sustained severe head and torso injuries and that the motorist escaped the scene of the accident.
A representative of Devon and Cornwall this morning substantiated that the victim of the collision is indeed a male and that he is in a critical state but is alleged to be better.
Yesterday police officers reported that two young adults: female and male of ages 23 and 22 years respectively were captured after a wrecked car was found within their area of residence.
The location of the accident has been identified as Coliza Hill around Sticker.
According to a police record issued on Sunday, the spoilt car was seen within following investigations at the site. Two young people that included a male of 22 years and a female of 23 years were apprehended for traffic offenses and are presently in custody awaiting questioning at the Newquay Police Station.
Among the officers who visited the scene of the accident include local officers and officers from the Roads Policing Team and Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
To ensure that the investigations were not inconvenienced, the road was rendered unusable for a couple of hours. The public is being requested to communicate with the associated police officers on 101 mentioning log number DCP-20190609-0129.