St-Hyacinthe double hit-and-run car found by police

Quebec provincial police have found one of the two vehicles suspected of hitting a pedestrian in St-Hyacinthe early Saturday morning.

33-year-old man was hit by 2 cars early Saturday morning, leaving him in critical condition

A 33-year-old man was critically injured when he was hit by two cars early Saturday morning in St-Hyacinthe. (Radio-Canada)

Quebec provincial police have found one of the two vehicles suspected of hitting a pedestrian in St-Hyacinthe early Saturday morning.

The 33-year-old man was hit by two different cars in a double hit-and-run while walking on the side of Des Seigneurs Street East at around 3:15 a.m. ET Saturday.

He is in hospital in critical condition, where he is suffering from a broken pelvis, broken leg, punctured lung and fractured skull, according to his family.

A snowplow operator who witnessed the incidents called 911.

However, neither car that hit him stopped to help.

Police have found a visibly damaged gold-coloured Hyundai Accent so far, and are searching for a black Honda Civic sedan.  

No arrests have been made so far but police do have two suspects in their sights.