Musse Yusuf (left) is searching for the diver of a hit and run that left his brother Ahmed (right) with a traumatic brain injury. Picture: AAP/John Gass
Musse Yusuf (left) is searching for the diver of a hit and run that left his brother Ahmed (right) with a traumatic brain injury. Picture: AAP/John Gass

Brother appeals for witnesses to Holland Park hit and run

THE brother of a man left with a traumatic brain injury after a callous hit and run in Brisbane's south is hunting for witnesses to the crash help him get the driver off the road and criminally charged.

Musse Yusuf's brother Ahmed Yusuf was found by a passer-by, barely conscious on the side Abbotsleigh St at Holland Park two months ago.

After being placed on life support for almost a month, Ahmed has been left with a traumatic brain injury and is unable to do many daily tasks.

Mr Yusuf is calling on anyone who saw the incident, on Abbotsleigh Street at Holland Park about 6.15pm on July 22, to come forward and help his brother.

Shine Lawyers general manager Jacqui Eager, who acts for the family, encouraged anyone who witnessed the incident to contact the firm.

READ MORE AT THE COURIER MAIL

Big Rigs

TOO LONG, TOO COMPLEX: What's wrong with the HVNL?

TOO LONG, TOO COMPLEX: What's wrong with the HVNL?

“It overlaps other legislation. There are over 350 separate fines.”

5 crashes truckies walked away from this week

5 crashes truckies walked away from this week

WANT to know what happened on our roads this week?

Changes to this Bruxner Highway blackspot

Changes to this Bruxner Highway blackspot

The announcement follows a fatal accident at Alstonville last year