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Manhunt as McDonald’s drive thru hit and run leaves woman with ‘broken leg’

A woman was left with a broken leg after an argument at a fast food drive thru ended with a man running her over.

The road rage incident occurred at a McDonald's in Melbourne, Australia, and left the victim requiring hospital treatment.

A man driving a white Toyota C-HR was using the drive thru of McDonald's in the suburb of Seddon when he argued with the 33-year-old woman, police said.

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Both parties left the restaurant and reached a nearby Street, where the woman exited her vehicle and approached the Toyota.

The Toyota driver then accelerated and hit the woman before fleeing.

The victim was taken to hospital with “significant” injuries, including a broken leg, the Daily Mail reports.

A police video from the drive thru shows the suspect chewing gum and talking to a passenger as he uses his phone to pay for his order.

He is described as being Caucasian, of a solid build and with a short black beard.

The man was wearing a black T-shirt and a cap with a white front at the time of the incident, police added.

It follows another terrifying moment at McDonald's as a gang of teenagers storm into the staff area and assault workers.

Video taken on a mobile phone showed a male worker standing by the door where a sign indicated "staff only" as he argued with two young boys.

Some customers gathered before one of the balaclava-clad boys charged forward and attacked the employee.

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