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Police release CCTV of hit and run after mother ‘was left in pool of blood’

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A 31-year-old man has been charged after a suspected hit and run that seriously injured a mother near a bush track in Western Australia.

Mother-of-five Sherylee Bonney, 40, was found by a dog walker in Greenfields, a suburb of Mandurah south of Perth, about 7.30pm on Tuesday.

9News reporter Ashtyn Hiron said Bonney was found “in a pool of blood” and sustained critical head and abdomen injuries.

Officers are trying to piece together what happened after a mother-of-five was found seriously injured near a bush track in Greenfields, a suburb of Mandurah. (WA Police)

It’s understood Bonney had left to make her way to the shops around 5.30 pm, walking her usual way on a bush trail off Valentine Drive.

This morning officers arrested and charged a 31-year-old man in connection with the crime.

Bonney remains in a serious but stable condition at Royal Perth Hospital.

Police want to speak to the driver of a white ute captured in the area around the time of the incident.
A 31-year-old man has been charged after a suspected hit-and-run that seriously injured a mother near a bush track. (WA Police)

Doctors hope her condition will improve enough overnight that she can undergo a major surgery to repair her shattered pelvis.

Bonney’s family is also hopeful that the mother will recover from her injuries.

“I was talking to her and I said ‘you’re okay, mum… you’re going to fight… everyone is praying for you’,” daughter Alkira Bonney said.

“As she could hear my voice, she was moving in my direction.”

The charged man is due to face court again in the next few weeks.

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