Hampton Park Accident: Another collision news has been reported. The cases of accidents are rapidly increasing for the past few months. Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was struck in a lethal hit-run collision in Hampton Park and this incident has happened this morning, 6th January 2022. After the incident was reported, emergency services were called to the intersection of Hallam and Pound roads around 04:30 AM on Thursday, 6th January 2022 following reports of the collision. The Investigation Department is currently investigating the matter and trying to gather more information on this collision. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Hampton Park Accident
As per the media reports, the driver of the motor vehicle failed to stop after crashing with the cyclist. In this lethal accident, a man in his 50s later passed away on the spot. Detectives at the incident spot are continuing the investigation and circumstances surrounding the incident. Investigation officers are also appealing to anyone with information to come forward and help in the investigation in order to solve this incident as soon as they can.
After the lethal accident, the investigation team closed the road for their further investigation. Motorists and travelers are advised Hallam Road is closed north and southbound, while Pound Road is closed westbound. The release of the photo follows the collision at the intersection of Pound and Hallam roads where it is believed a cyclist was struck by a car on Thursday, 6th January around 04:14 AM.
The driver failed to stop at the scene and left in what police believe was a red 2010 Holden Cruze sedan. Unfortunately, the cyclist, a 58-years-old Hampton Park man, passed away at the accident spot. Inquiries by detectives have disclosed the vehicle was stolen from Doncaster on the morning of 5th January 2022. A secondary crime scene has been processed this morning after the stolen vehicle was discovered burnt out in Glen Waverley around 05:00 AM.
Detectives have issued the photo of a man they believe may be someone able to aid with their inquiries. The investigation officers continue to investigate the circumstances enclosed to the incident and appeal to anyone with any details please come forward. Any eyewitnesses or anyone who has dashcam footage or other information that could help police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or can submit a confidential report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.
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