Cyclist (69) injured following 'hit and run' in Wath

By Chloe West | 30/12/2019

Cyclist (69) injured following 'hit and run' in Wath

A 69-YEAR-old cyclist sustained cuts and bruises following a reported hit and run in Wath on Christmas Eve. 

Officers received a call just before midday that a cyclist had been hit by a car in Bolton Road.

It was reported that as the cyclist was signalling to turn right, a white car drove into the back of him before driving off, a spokeswoman from South Yorkshire Police said. 

"The cyclist, a 69-year-old man, suffered cuts and bruises in the incident," added the spokeswoman.

If you saw anything suspicious, call the police on 101 quoting incident number 314 of December 24. 

 


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