Police have appealed for witnesses after man suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car in Leeds.
The appeal was made as the 43-year-old man continued to receive treatment in hospital following the incident on the evening of Monday, September 23.
The collision on the A647 Stanningley Bypass involved a Seat Leon car.
The man was struck on the Pudsey bound side of the carriageway, just before the slip road to the B6155, at around 5pm.
The pedestrian was hit by the car as he moved into the road from the nearside.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said yesterday that the man remains in a serious condition at Leeds General Infirmary.
His condition is not considered to be life threatening.
Police officers are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident who have not yet contacted them.
They are also keen to hear from anyone who may have seen the pedestrian in the moments prior to the collision with the car.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Eastern Area Roads Policing Unit, which is based at Killingbeck Police Station, on 0113 241 3730 .
Alternatively, you can contact them via the non-emergency number 101.