Police are trying to trace a mobility scooter driver who left a pensioner with a broken hip in a crash in Portslade.
Sussex Police said: “Police are seeking the red-haired woman driver of a mobility scooter that was in collision with an elderly woman in Portslade, leaving her with a broken bone in her pelvis.
“The incident happened in Valley Road just after 11am on Tuesday 22 March.
“The 86-year-old victim, from Portslade, was taken into a nearby shop where she felt unwell and an ambulance was called.
“She was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital where it was discovered that she had broken a bone in her pelvis.
“It is believed that the driver of the red mobility scooter was an elderly woman with red hair and accompanied by a small dog, possibly a Jack Russell.”
Anyone who saw the incident or who knows the woman involved is asked to phone Sussex Police on 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.