Appeal: 13-year-old girl injured by car in Belle Isle

Appeal: 13-year-Old Girl Injured in Fail to Stop Collision, Belle Isle, Leeds

Police are appealing for witnesses after a driver failed to stop after being involved in a collision with a 13-year-old girl in the Belle Isle area of Leeds on Tuesday (7 November 2017).

The 13-year-old female pedestrian suffered serious injuries in the collision on Old Run Road near to the junction with West Grange Drive, which happened shortly after 5pm.

She continues to be treated at Leeds General Infirmary for serious but non-life threatening injuries.

The vehicle involved is described as black. Police received separate reports of an older shaped, possibly mark two, black Vauxhall Corsa being driven in an erratic manner in the area around the time of the collision.

Officers from the Safer Roads and Neighbourhood Support Team are keen to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision itself or who saw a black Vauxhall Corsa or any other vehicle they think may be connected to this incident.

Information can be passed to PC 6833 Harding of the Eastern Area Safer Roads and Neighbourhood Support Team on 101, referencing collision 13170520226.

 

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Kenneth Ingram

About the Author:

Born 1949 in Hunslet.
Went to Hunslet Carr School at age 4. From age 11, Went to Belle Isle Secondary Modern.
Left School at 15 and worked in the Tailoring trade. 1 Year Later Got employment in the Electrical retailing industry at Curry’s. Stayed anther year, before moving on to Vallances Electrical. Stayed there for about 21 years, before setting myself up in business as a Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Business.

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