WARNING: graphic images

A BRAVE wife has shared harrowing images of her husband's injuries after he was left for dead by a speeding hit-and-run driver.

Dad-of-two Dom Allan, aged 36, stepped out of a taxi outside his home when he was mowed down and flung eight feet into the air.

He was rushed to hospital with horrific injuries including a smashed skull, broken vertebrae, broken knee and a fractured eye socket.

Dom, a nurse, had been out with his friend in Stourbridge, when he got out of a taxi outside his house at 12.30am on May 12.

His wife Becky, aged 35, has released graphic pictures of Dom lying in intensive care after the horror crash while police hunt the hit-and-run driver.

Becky, who has two children Amelia, aged three and Elliott, aged one, said: "Dom had gone out for a drink with his friend and had got a taxi home.

"He got out on the road side after his friend said it was clear and literally moments later he was struck by a speeding car.

"His friend said there was a huge bang and Dom was sent flying.

"He landed on the pedestrian crossing outside our front door and was bleeding all over our front step.

"One of my neighbours knocked on my door and told me to get my belongings because Dom had been in an accident.

"I was shaking and couldn't even put my shoes on. I just thought the worse.

"My neighbour looked after our two kids who were asleep and I went in the ambulance with Dom.

"I couldn't believe he had been so close to our home - there was blood all over the front doorstep. I was in bits."

Dom was rushed to Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he underwent surgery for a bleed on the brain.

He was sent to intensive care and put under heavy sedation.

Doctors say he is expected to make a full recovery but it could take six months.

Becky, who works in a care home, added: "It's disgusting that someone could just do this and drive away. He could have been dead and that car just hasn't stopped.

"The road has two CCTV cameras but neither of them was working on the night but police are hunting the driver.

"Poor Dom has no idea what happened. One moment he was closing the taxi door and the next he was lying bleeding in the road."

West Midlands Police are investigating the hit-and-run.