Woman in serious condition after being hit by ute in Surry Hills

Nanjing Night Net

A woman was seriously injured on Saturday night after she was hit by a ute as she got out of a taxi in Surry Hills.

The 20-year-old woman got out of an eastbound taxi on Cleveland Street at the intersection of South Dowling Street about 8pm.

The woman got out of the taxi on the roadway when it stopped at traffic lights, and attempted to cross to the kerb when she was struck by a Mitsubishi ute travelling behind the taxi, police said.

The woman was thrown onto the road and sustained arm and abdominal injuries.

Police from Surry Hills Local Area Command and NSW Ambulance Paramedics attended the scene.

The injured woman was taken by ambulance to St Vincent’s Hospital where she remains in a serious condition.

The male driver of the Mitsubishi utility was breath tested, and returned a negative result.

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