Serious collision – Swinton, Rotherham

Latest news in Yorkshire: April 17, 2019 02:17:39 PM


Officers are continuing their enquiries into a serious collision in
Rotherham which resulted in a 19-year-old man having his leg amputated.

At around 2.40am on Saturday 23 March, a black Audi A4 was travelling
from Dun Road on to Bridge Street when it collided with two men.

One of the men, a 19-year-old from Rotherham suffered serious injuries
which resulted in his leg being amputated. A second man, aged 18,
suffered a broken ankle amongst other minor injuries.

Police investigating the collision are now keen to speak to anyone who
may have witnessed the incident, have dash-cam footage or CCTV of the

If you have any information regarding the collision please contact 101
quoting incident number 121 of Saturday 23 March.

[tags collision, police, swinton]

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