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Wednesday 22 February 2012

Police seek witnesses to pedestrian RTC in Alsager


Police are keen to speak to the driver of a white van that collided with a man in Alsager in December 2011.

The collision happened on Wednesday 14 December, however it was not reported to police until Wednesday 8 February 2012.

At 4:30pm a small white van collided with a pedestrian on Talke Road, Alsager, outside Bargain Booze and Motorway′s car accessories shop.

The driver of the van stopped to check the welfare of the 87-year-old man at the time but his injuries were not believed to be serious. The collision was not reported to police.

In the days after the collision however the victim′s condition deteriorated and he has since spent several weeks in hospital. His condition is now described as comfortable.

PC Tony Hayhurst said: "We are particularly keen to identify the white van in question and would ask the driver to make contact with us so we can fully establish the circumstances surrounding the collision. I appreciate he did stop at the time to check on the victim, and will probably be unaware of how the situation developed so I would urge him to get in touch.

"I am also keen to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision."

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to call PC Tony Hayhurst at the Eastern Operational Support Unit on 101 quoting incident number 862 of 8 February 2012."

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