Appeal to find cyclist who left woman with broken arm after crashing into her on Sheffield street
A woman has been left with a broken arm, after a cyclist crashed into her as she was walking along a Sheffield street.
The collision took place in Hackenthorpe on March 29.
Police released details of the collision yesterday.
A spokesman for the Sheffield South East neighbourhood policing team said: “The cyclist was travelling along Main Street towards Birley Spa Lane at around 10am when he’s believed to have collided with a woman walking along the pavement.
“The cyclist then rode off but a man and women stopped to help the woman who was then taken to hospital. She suffered a broken arm and minor injuries.
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“The cyclist is described as being between 18 and 20 years old, with dark hair, wearing a black tracksuit and navy sports bag.
“He wasn’t wearing a helmet.His bike is described as a dark Mountain Bike with some orange to the frame.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101, quoting incident number 903 of April 9.