Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle that collided with a six-year-old girl in Barry yesterday afternoon.
The incident happened around 4.55pm, and the car failed to stop after the collision.
The girl is currently in intensive care in hospital.
It would appear that a grey or silver coloured estate type vehicle was travelling along the road at a relatively slow speed when it has come into contact with a young child.
Police would also like to speak to the drivers of any grey or silver coloured Estate vehicles which may have been in the area at the relevant time.
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