Weymouth: Witnesses to Fatal Collision Sought
Witnesses to Fatal Collision
Monday, 26 May 2014 - 1:07pm
Police are investigating a collision that occurred
on Sykes Road, Weymouth at 12:45pm on Saturday 24th of May
and would like to speak with anyone who witnessed the
A 5 year old child hit by a car tragically died
as a result of the collision.
“We are hoping to speak
to anyone who witnessed the collision as they can offer
valuable information that is vital to this investigation”
says Serious Crash Investigator Constable Andre Taylor.
“We are also looking for any witnesses who saw children
playing on the roadside near the intersection with Ashmere
Lane or near the park opposite Ashmere Lane around this
Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact
Constable Taylor on 09 262 9141 or the organisation
Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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