A woman and a child have sustained “serious” injuries after a car struck four people in Carluke, South Lanarkshire.
The injuries are understood not to be life-threatening, whilst another two children sustained minor injuries.
All four required hospital treatment following the incident on the town’s James Street at around 3.10pm on Wednesday.
Police say that the driver of the car did not require any immediate medical treatment following the crash.
Officers have appealed to any members of the public who witnessed the incident to speak to them, as well as anyone with potential dashcam footage.
Inspector William Broatch, from Motherwell Road Policing Unit, said: “Road policing officers are continuing their enquiries into a crash on James Street, Carluke, which took place at the junction with Kirkton Street around 3.10pm on Wednesday, October 27.
“The incident involved a car and four pedestrians – a woman and three children. All four were taken to hospital for treatment.
“The woman and one of the children are described as having serious, but not life-threatening injuries, whilst the other two sustained minor injuries.
“The car driver did not require any immediate medical treatment.
“We continue to ask for any members of the public who witnessed the crash and has yet to speak to police, to please come forward.
“We are also keen to hear from anyone with potential dashcam footage from the area. Anyone with information can call police on 101, quoting incident 2110 of October 27.”