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Nottinghamshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information after a woman was taken to hospital following an assault in New Basford.
The incident happened in Duke Street around 8pm last night (Wednesday, October 25).
Officers are investigating the incident as an assault, and say it involved a "small red vehicle".
The woman received minor injuries, and was taken to hospital.
She has since been discharged, and no arrests have been made.
Paul King, of Mansfield, said he saw the woman on the floor as he drove past the area to go to the nearby climbing centre.
The 44-year-old said: "I was driving past and saw the girl on the floor. She looked like she was in a lot of pain.
"I jumped out the car and went over to her, and sat with her until the paramedics came.
"I don't know why it happened, but it was a very evil thing to do."
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A Nottinghamshire Police spokesman said: "Police are investigating a report of an assault which happened in Duke Street, New Basford, at about 7.57pm yesterday (Wednesday 25 October 2017).
"Officers believe the incident involved a small red vehicle.
"A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries and has since been discharged."
Anyone with information is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 800 of 25 October 2017.
An East Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman added: "We received a call at 19.48 and the caller reported a collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian.
"We sent two paramedics in fast response cars, a doctor and an ambulance crew.
"One patient was taken to Queens Medical Centre."