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Monday December 4th ….Update

The woman tragically killed in a road traffic collision on Saturday has been named as 78 year old  May Margaret Laidlaw.


A teenage boy, who voluntarily attended a police station in Liverpool in connection with the fatal road collision in Walton, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of a road traffic collision.

He will be interviewed under caution by detectives this afternoon after a pedestrian died following a collision with a motorbike which failed to stop.

The incident happened underneath the flyover at the junction of Queens Drive and Moor Lane in the Walton area of Liverpool at 5pm yesterday (Saturday 2nd December)

The pedestrian – a local woman aged in her 70s – suffered serious multiple injuries and was taken to Aintree University Hospital in Fazakerley for emergency treatment. She died a short time later.

The rider of the motorbike failed to stop at the scene and rode off .

Detective Inspector Mark Drew said: “This is an absolutely tragic incident in which a local woman has simply been crossing the road when she has been struck by a motorbike whose rider has callously rode off leaving her seriously injured on the ground. We believe this motorbike was ridden against the flow of traffic towards Rice Lane so dozens of motorists and other passers-by must have seen this vehicle in the aftermath. I would urge everyone who was in this part of Liverpool at this time to cast their minds back about whether they saw a motorbike being ridden erractically. If anyone can tell us anything about the vehicle involved they should call us immediately so that we can fully investigate this tragic incident.”

Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw a motorbike riding in the area either before or afterwards is urged to call Merseyside Police on either 0151 777 4065 or 777 5747 or alternatively leave information anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111