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A man is in a coma and fights for his life after he fell out of a golf cart after a night out (stock photo)

Man, 37, continues to fight for his life in a coma after falling out of a golf cart while the police were looking for a female driver who had fled the field

  • Three people drove the buggy from a Central Coast golf club and onto a road
  • On Friday at 11.40 pm they made a sharp turn to avoid a car and a man fell out
  • He hit his head and was taken to the hospital where he was put in an induced bowl
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A man is in a coma and is fighting for his life after he fell out of a golf cart after a night out.

The man, 37, left a golf club at Shelly Beach, on the Central Coast, NSW, on Friday night at around 4 p.m. with another man and a woman.

All three got into a golf cart and rode down Grandview Street.

But the victim fell out of the buggy and hit his head after the female driver was forced to turn around to avoid another vehicle.

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A man is in a coma and fights for his life after he fell out of a golf cart after a night out (stock photo)

A man is in a coma and fights for his life after he fell out of a golf cart after a night out (stock photo)

The man was taken to John Hunter Hospital and placed in a medically induced coma with a possibly fractured skull and bleeding in the brain.

The police spoke to the other man, 52, on the spot but is still looking for the unknown female golf cart driver, who fled before they arrived.

Officers urge the driver to come forward and to all witnesses who have seen the accident or who may have camera images to contact the police.

The man was taken to John Hunter Hospital in a coma (photo), where he is being treated for a possibly broken skull and bleeding in the brain.

The man was taken to John Hunter Hospital in a coma (photo), where he is being treated for a possibly broken skull and bleeding in the brain.

The man was taken to John Hunter Hospital in a coma (photo), where he is being treated for a possibly broken skull and bleeding in the brain.

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