A CARE worker 'can't stop thinking' about the moment she was hit by two vehicles at a zebra crossing. 

"It just goes round in my head," are the words of Jackie Carrington. 

The 59-year-old was sent spinning to the ground after a van ploughed into her on Portsmouth Road, Bursledon. 

Seconds later a 'Ford Fiesta' nudged her out of the way and rolled over her work laptop. 

Police are still investigating the hit and run incident, on December 20, which left Jackie with a fractured wrist. 

READ MORE: Hunt for drivers as woman injured in 'two-vehicle hit and run' 

Enquiries are ongoing, however, neither driver has been arrested. 

Almost two weeks on, Jack said: "I am being well looked after. My bosses have been taking me to and from work at the moment.

"It's hard to say how you feel. Where I work, the CCTV cameras are right on the zebra crossing outside.

"I look up and try not to think about it. I just can't stop thinking about it. 

"I still can't believe it happened.

Daily Echo: The moment Jackie is hit by a van in Portsmouth RoadThe moment Jackie is hit by a van in Portsmouth Road (Image: Daily Echo)

"The car just banged into me and pushed me out the way.

"How could he do something like that? He must have seen me getting hit.

"It just goes round in my head. I am trying not to let it get me down."

However, Jackie is not getting her hopes up that anyone will get caught.  

CCTV shared with the Daily Echo shows the 'disgusting' incident at around 4pm as she finished work. 

READ MORE: It's just vile': Woman speaks out after disgusting hit and run

She was later taken to A&E with her 'wrist ballooning' in size.

Despite her injuries, she feels lucky and is now back at work. 

Daily Echo: Jackie's wrist in a splint (Image: Daily Echo)Jackie's wrist in a splint (Image: Daily Echo) (Image: NQ)

Speaking at the time, her boss at We Care Together Southampton, Chantal Francois, described the crash as disgusting and vile. 

And, how she was left shocked to the core.

She hit out at the motorists saying they should have taken ownership for their actions. 

Witnesses or anyone with CCTV or dashcam footage of the crash should call police quoting crime reference number 44220506427.

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