Sheffield Parkway crash driver leaves Rotherham injured in his wake

By Gareth Dennison | 28/02/2012 0 comments

Sheffield Parkway crash driver leaves Rotherham injured in his wake

POLICE have appealed for information in tracing a driver who failed to stop after a collision involving two Rotherham motorists.

They are looking for the driver of a gold Toyota Yaris, who is believed to have cut across lanes on the Sheffield Parkway.

The driver of a black Hyundai Coupe, a 27-year-old man from North Anston, was forced to take evasive action to miss the Yaris.

But he collided with a double-decker bus between Derek Dooley Way and Nunnery Square shortly before 5.30pm on February 14.

The North Anston man suffered whiplash and bruising.

The 52-year-old bus driver, from Rotherham, was not reported to have been injured and neither was anyone on the bus.

Officers are appealing for witnesses or anyone who may have seen the Yaris just prior to the collision.

Call South Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident 755 of February 14.


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