This is the moment a woman was hit by a car in Wythenshawe after a fight outside a pub.
The woman, who narrowly escaped being seriously injured, was taken to hospital following the incident outside the Cornishman Pub on Monday night (April 12).
Officers were called just after 7.35pm to reports of a group of people fighting outside the public house on Cornishway.
During the altercation a car struck the woman, before hitting another vehicle, police said.
She was taken to hospital to be treated for her injuries, which are not believed to be life-threatening.
Video footage captures the moment the car mounts the pavement and collides with the woman, who is knocked to the floor.
The driver can be heard to beep his horn before screams from revellers can be heard.
A group of people quickly attended to the woman before emergency services arrived at the scene.
"Cars were flying past up and down and then a big bang and I saw the car drive up the grass, knocking out the bollards on the pavement and sent the girl flying."
It is not clear whether the woman had been involved in the argument.
On Monday night, police erected a cordon at the junction of Cornishway and Portway, near the Cornishman pub.
Pictures from the scene show several street bollards sprawled across the pavement, after being damaged during the collision.
Police have launched an investigation following the incident.
No arrests have been made.
A spokesperson from GMP said: "Officers were called around 7.35pm yesterday (Monday 12 April) to Cornishway, Manchester to a report of a group of people fighting.
"During the disturbance a woman had been involved in a collision with a vehicle. The vehicle is then believed to have been involved in a further collision with another vehicle.
"The woman was taken to hospital with injuries not believed to be life threatening.
"No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing."
Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting log 2555 of 12/04/21. Alternatively, details can be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.