Woman killed in Doncaster caravan park hit and run

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Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 23, 2019 03:46:02 PM

A woman has been killed in an apparent hit-and-run outside a caravan
park in Doncaster.

The 52-year-old was struck by a car at the entrance of Whitegates
Caravan Park on Station Road, Dunscroft, shortly before 13:50 GMT on
Friday.

She was pronounced dead at the scene and the vehicle had “left the
area”, South Yorkshire Police said.

Two teenagers, aged 17 and 19, have been arrested on suspicion of murder
and remain in custody.

A red Citroen Berlingo has been recovered and officers want to speak to
anyone who saw it being driven between Dunscroft and Wadworth after the
crash.

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[tags hit and run, death, caravan, doncaster]

News source: bbc.co.uk

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