A PEDESTRIAN was left bleeding and writhing in agony on Regent Street after he was mowed down by a speeding BMW.
A witness, who wishes to remain anonymous, recalls the moment he saw the “poor guy lying with his hip out of place”, struggling to stay conscious.
He was walking down the major shopping street following a night out with his other three friends just after 4am on Monday.
Their journey home of jokes turned into madness when they saw the black BMW “flying” down the road.
He told Sun Online: “The BMW’s speed was so crazy it looked like the fast and furious. People around us started screaming and shouting as it passed, with a police car speeding behind it.
“In a split second the car crashed straight into the Hunter shop, and before I know it I’m talking to the poor guy who said, ‘I think I’m gonna die’.”
After watching the black sports car crash into the Hunter store, the onlooker ditched his friends to make sure people in the vehicle were conscious.
Horrified at the wreckage, he filmed the scene on Snapchat, but stopped as he stumbled on the innocent pedestrian.
The witness added: “All of a sudden, I saw the poor guy lying on the floor. He looked drunk.
“His hip looked out of place and his legs were twisted. Blood was gushing out of one leg.
“I knelt beside him and he was barely conscious. He struggled to say ‘I think I’m gonna die’.
“The next minute, cops push my face and say, ‘in the nicest possible way f*** off.”
Four people have been rushed to hospital after a car ploughed into a bus stop during a dramatic police chase in central London.
The pedestrian and three people in the car were taken to hospital but there is no update on their condition.
A man was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and the Independent Office for Police Conduct been have been informed.
Motorists were told to avoid the area as traffic is being diverted away and road closures are in place.
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A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “At approximately 04:30 hours on Monday, 27 August a car was in collision with a member of the public in Regent Street, W1.
“The car was being pursued by police at the time of the collision.
“The London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade are in attendance.
“Enquiries into the collision continue.”
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