A devastating incident occurred on Thursday, November 16, resulting in the death of an individual following a collision on a roundabout in Derby. According to Derbyshire police, the accident took place at approximately 2.45pm between Ladybank Road and Etwall Road, Mickleover. Reports indicate that a car and an electric bike were involved in the crash.
Emergency services and law enforcement swiftly arrived at the scene where the cyclist was found to have sustained severe injuries. Tragically, the individual succumbed to their injuries and passed away at the site. While the man’s family has been informed of the untimely demise, formal identification has yet to be carried out.
The authorities closed the road until around 10pm on the same day to allow for an extensive investigation into the accident. Derbyshire police have made a public appeal, urging anyone who was in the vicinity at the time of the collision or possesses dashcam footage from before or after the incident to come forward. The police inquiry reference number for this case is 23000710165.
In this difficult time, it is essential for the community to support each other and provide any information that may assist the investigation. Please contact Derbyshire police with any relevant details or submit information anonymously through the CrimeStoppers website or by calling 0800 555 111.
Q: What happened in the accident?
A: A car and an electric bike collided on a roundabout in Derby, resulting in the death of the cyclist.
Q: When did the incident occur?
A: The incident occurred on Thursday, November 16, at approximately 2.45pm.
Q: Has the cyclist been identified?
A: The cyclist’s family has been informed, but formal identification has not taken place yet.
Q: How can I assist with the investigation?
A: If you were in the area at the time or have dashcam footage before or after the collision, please contact Derbyshire police, quoting reference number 23000710165.
Q: Can I provide information anonymously?
A: Yes, you can anonymously submit information through the CrimeStoppers website or by calling 0800 555 111.