Posted: Sun 12th Jan 2020

Updated: Sun 12th Jan

Police appeal for witnesses as pedestrian killed on Llan y Pwll link road

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This article is old - Published: Sunday, Jan 12th, 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses, and in particular, anybody with dash cam footage, following a fatal collision on the A534 between Borras Head roundabout and Holt Road roundabout earlier this morning.

At 00:46 North Wales Police were advised by the Ambulance service of a one vehicle collision with a male pedestrian. The vehicle involved was a white Suzuki Swift.

Sadly a male pedestrian who is local to the area was confirmed deceased at scene and his next of kin have been informed.

Sergeant Stephen Richards of the Roads Policing Unit is keen to hear from anybody who may have been travelling on the A543 at the time of the collision to contact officers.



He said: “We are appealing to anybody who may have witnessed the collision, or the moments leading up to the collision to come forward.

“In particular, we would like to hear from anyone who saw a male pedestrian who was walking on or near the carriageway.
Anybody who can assist the ongoing investigation is asked to contact officers at the Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting reference number Y005114.



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