Driver and witnesses sought following e-scooter incident
"Driver and witnesses sought following e-scooter
Please attribute to Detective Senior Sergeant
Kathryn Bostock, Manager, Auckland City Crime Squad
have commenced an investigation after a man reportedly fell
off an e-scooter before being struck by a vehicle in central
Auckland last night.
Emergency services were alerted to
the incident on Symonds Street at around 11.20pm.
is reported to have become unconscious as a result of the
A vehicle travelling on Symonds Street was able to
avoid the man however a second vehicle following behind
The second vehicle did not remain at the
Police would like to speak to the driver of that
vehicle and any witnesses to the incident.
The man remains
in a critical condition in hospital.
information relating to this incident can call 105 and quote
file number 191117/1249.
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