Police are hunting for a man after a woman was allegedly rammed by a car and pinned against a wall in an alleged road rage attack in Sydney’s west overnight.

The incident started when the 41-year-old woman and a man she was with got into a heated argument with a stranger driving a Skoda Octavia while standing on Penelope Lucas Lane in Rosehill yesterday evening.

The unknown man then allegedly drove his car at the pair, pinning the woman against a wall.

He then reversed and sped off, leaving the woman with severe lower leg injuries.

Westmead Hospital and Health Precinct is one of several Covid-19 vaccination hubs in Sydney.
Westmead Hospital and Health Precinct is one of several Covid-19 vaccination hubs in Sydney. (Getty)

Emergency services were called at about 6.30pm and she was taken to Westmead Hospital in a stable condition.

The 37-year-old man she had been with suffered a minor foot injury but didn’t require hospitalisation.

Detectives conducted an extensive search of the area, finding the abandoned Skoda Octavia on nearby Crown Street in Harris Park a short time later.

The driver had fled the scene.He is described as being of African appearance with short, curly hair and wearing a basketball jersey and shorts.



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