Kallum Flowers: South Yorkshire man wanted over two serious crashes found after four months

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Kallum Flowers has been at the centre of a police appeal since early August.

South Yorkshire Police say wanted man Kallum Flowers has been found after a four-month search.

South Yorkshire Police say Kallum Flowers, 33, has been found after a four-month appeal in connection with two serious crashes that took place in the space of a fortnight over the summer.South Yorkshire Police say Kallum Flowers, 33, has been found after a four-month appeal in connection with two serious crashes that took place in the space of a fortnight over the summer.
South Yorkshire Police say Kallum Flowers, 33, has been found after a four-month appeal in connection with two serious crashes that took place in the space of a fortnight over the summer. | National World

Officers in both South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire Police have been appealing for help to find Flowers, 33, since early August.

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He was sought over two serious collisions that took place in the space of a fortnight - one in Rotherham on Sunday, June 11, and in South Kirkby on Wednesday, June 28.

A 27-year-old man was left in a critical condition in the first crash at the junction of Rotherham Road and Firth Road, in Wath-Upon-Dearne, Rotherham, on Sunday, June 11, at around 8.30pm.

The second collision, at the junction of Park Estate and Stockingate, in South Kirkby, Pontefract, on Wednesday, June 28, shortly before 11am, left a woman seriously injured.

South Yorkshire Police has been contacted for comment on whether Flowers has been arrested over the two incidents.