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Fareham traffic collision sparks police appeal

HAMPSHIRE CONSTABULARY have announced they have launched an “urgent” appeal for witnesses and information following a road traffic collision that occurred on a main route in Fareham earlier this week; which left a fifty-six year old male requiring medical treatment after this incident as detectives continue their early investigation into the exact cause.

It is reported that the collision happened at the ‘main’ junction between Daedalus Way and Peak Lane at approximately 10:30pm on Wednesday night (August 16); the crash involving a white Renualt Trafic van and blue electric bicycle. The rider of the bicycle further suffered “serious injuries” as a result of this collision and remains supported by medical staff.

All enquiries are ongoing into the collision and officers are looking to speak with anybody who may have driving nearby to the scene or know any information. This includes people who may have seen the van or bike in the immediate build-up to the collision; with clear dash cam, video and CCTV footage being particularly helpful to police at this current time.

Investigators are asking for anybody with information or footage to contact police by calling the non-emergency number 101 and quote the case’s reference number of 44230331754. They can further submit details using the online reporting tool available on the Hampshire Police website, with all official support and further guidance available on the links here.

Alternatively, readers can contact the “independent charity” Crimestoppers 100% anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 for absolutely free; or via their anonymous online forms which can be found through their website:

PICTURED BY HAMPSHIRE CONSTABULARY: Graphic showing any witness appeal that is launched by police force.