Pedestrian struck by two cars in critical condition

Police in Saint-Hyacinthe are looking for two drivers involved in a hit and run around 3:15 in the morning.

A man in his thirties was walking when he was struck by one car, thrown into the air and hit by a car going in the other direction.

Investigators met with witnesses and are now searching for a grey hatchback Honda Civic and a black Toyota Camry built in the 1990s.

The man was critically injured and is being treated in Montreal.

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