Driver Arrested After Hitting Pedestrian, Allegedly Trying To Rundown 'Several People'
A man has been arrested after crashing his car into a pedestrian in Adelaide's south on Thursday night.
Security camera footage shows the moment the car ploughs into a building before reversing into a man who was standing on the footpath at Hackham West, south of Adelaide.
Emergency services were called to the scene around 10pm on Thursday after reports of a disturbance in the street.
Police say the driver of a Holden sedan allegedly tried to run over several people he was having an argument with, before crashing into the dance studio.
As he reversed out of the building, he hit a pedestrian standing nearby. The victims suffered leg injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.
The alleged driver, a 46-year-old man, was charged with four counts of acts to endanger life, assault causing serious harm and property damage.
The incident was one of two involving pedestrians in Adelaide on Thursday night.
Just before 11.30pm, police were called to the CBD, after reports of a hit-run.
A 32-year-old man was hit by a silver Commodore sedan along popular nightclub strip, Hindley Street.
The driver was stopped by the victim and witness for a short time after the initial collision but then continued driving.
Following investigations, police attended an address at Greenwith, in Adelaide's north-east, and reported the alleged driver, a 48-year-old man.
Fortunately, the victims involved in both incidents weren't seriously hurt.