A WOMAN has been rushed to hospital after being knocked down in a supermarket car park.

The 67-year-old was walking in the Lidl car park on Main Street in Baillieston on Saturday morning.

A car hit her at around 10.15am as she was leaving the car park. 

She was seriously hurt in the incident and taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where she remains in a serious but stable condition. 

Officers are now investigating the incident, which was reported to them the following day so they were unable to speak to witnesses at the scene.

They are looking for the driver of the car, which is described as a green hatchback, and urging anyone with dashcam footage to make contact. 

Constable McConnachie from Shettleston Police Station said: “The incident was reported to police on Sunday, April 16, so unfortunately, we did not get the chance to speak to people who were in the area at the time and who came to the aid of the woman.

“Officers are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident. We are checking CCTV and have been making local enquiries but would ask anyone who saw what happened or who has any information about the incident to come forward.

“We would be keen to hear from anyone who may have dash-cam footage from the car park or street around that time.

“All we are aware of at the moment is that the car was green in colour and a hatchback.

"Whether the driver was aware that they had struck the woman has still to be confirmed, so we’d ask the driver of the car described to get in touch.

“If you have any information that may assist officers with their investigation, then please contact police via 101 quoting reference number 1100 of Sunday, April 16.

"Alternatively, details can be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”