A 28-year-old man has been charged three months after an alleged hit-run in a stolen vehicle in Melbourne's CBD.
Police charged the man on Tuesday with a number of offences including conduct endangering life, driving in a manner dangerous, recklessly cause injury, traffic-related offences and other unrelated matters.
He was allegedly driving a stolen vehicle along Flinders Street on June 26 when officers unsuccessfully tried to intercept the car and he later hit four vehicles in the CBD.
Police allege he then hit another parked car which collided with a vehicle and a traffic light, and a male pedestrian suffered non-life threatening injuries while the driver fled.
He has been remanded to appear in a Melbourne court on Wednesday.