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British man left fighting for life after being mown down by a Renault in a hit-and-run in France

British man, 35, is left fighting for life after being mown down by a Renault in a hit-and-run in France

  • Adam Fryer was on a night out in Fécamp, Normandy when he was hit by a car
  • Vehicle is believed to be a grey Renault Clio 2, police are trying to trace its driver
  • Fryer is in intensive care following the incident at around 1.30am on Thursday
  • He was working on an off-shore wind farm in the English Channel at the time
  • A fundraising page asked supporters of Fryer, from Conway in North Wales, to ‘pray for him and bring out his super hero strength’

A British engineer is fighting for his life after being mown down in a hit-and-run in France.

Adam Fryer, 35, was working on an off-shore wind farm in the English Channel when the tragedy happened.

He had been on a night out last Thursday with two of his colleagues when he was hit by a car in Fécamp, Normandy.

Fryer is believed to have been ‘mown down’ by a grey Renault Clio 2 at around 1.30am that morning and left on the side of the road as the driver fled.

Police are trying to trace the driver who they say may have a cracked windscreen following the collision.

Fryer, of Conwy, North Wales, is now in intensive care at Charles-Nicolle hospital in Rouen with his parents at his bedside.

A British engineer is fighting for his life after being mown down in a hit-and-run in France. Adam Fryer, 35, was working on an off-shore windfarm in the English Channel when the tragedy happened

Fryer had been on a night out last Thursday with two of his colleagues when he was hit by a car in Fécamp, Normandy. He is believed to have been 'mown down' by a grey Renault Clio 2 at around 1.30am that morning and left on the side of the road as the driver fled

Fryer had been on a night out last Thursday with two of his colleagues when he was hit by a car in Fécamp, Normandy. He is believed to have been ‘mown down’ by a grey Renault Clio 2 at around 1.30am that morning and left on the side of the road as the driver fled

He is a regular gym goer who had previously taken part in the gruelling Marathon Des Sables race across the Sahara Desert.

The trained scuba diver works for an engineering firm on underwater projects across the UK and abroad.

A fundraising page set up by friends for Fryer, known as Adzi, has raised almost £1,500 and asked well wishers ‘pray for him and bring out his super hero strength’.

‘At the moment we are waiting for more information regarding Adam’s injuries, His Mum and Dad are there with him by his side and will keep us updated as and when they can,’ Dwain Jones, who set up the page, wrote.  

‘We will try to keep you updated as much as we can. The family would like to thanks everyone for their kind words and support it means so much.’

A fundraising page set up by friends for Fryer, known as Adzi, has raised almost £1,500 and asked well wishers 'pray for him and bring out his super hero strength'

A fundraising page set up by friends for Fryer, known as Adzi, has raised almost £1,500 and asked well wishers ‘pray for him and bring out his super hero strength’

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