AN eight-year-old child has been knocked over by a car while riding a bike on a residential street.
The child’s condition is unknown and police are speaking with a man in connection with the collision.
The road will remain cordoned off after this evening’s incident in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester.
Numerous police vehicles attended as well as an ambulance.
A Greater Manchester Police spokesperson said: “Officers were called to a report of a road
traffic collision involving a vehicle and a bicycle on Hamilton Street
in Stalybridge just after 5pm today.
“Emergency services are in attendance and an eight-year-old child from
the bicycle was injured.
“A male is currently speaking with officers in connection with the
incident. Road closures are in place whilst enquiries are ongoing.”
More to follow.