Appeal to trace driver after collision in Lowestoft injures man

PUBLISHED: 09:24 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 09:24 19 May 2017

Lowestoft police were called out.  PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft police were called out. PHOTO: Nick Butcher


Police are seeking information after a fail-to-stop collision in Lowestoft where a man was injured.

A man in his 60s suffered grazing to his leg in an incident, which happened in Waveney Road, Lowestoft about 12.05pm on Wednesday, May 17.

A police spokesman said: “The man was walking across the pedestrian crossing when he was clipped by a silver car that was being driven by an older man.

“The man in his 60s sustained grazes to the back of his leg but did not require hospital treatment.”

As inquiries continue, police are asking the man driving the silver car, anyone with information about who he is, or anyone who saw the incident to contact them.

If you can help inquiries, please call officers at Lowestoft by dialling Suffolk Police on 101, quoting the reference number CAD 293 of May 17.

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