Sheffield railway station: Pedestrian taken to hospital by ambulance after collision with car on Sheaf Street
Emergency services issue statement after pedestrian injured in incident outside Sheffield railway station
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Now Yorkshire Ambulance Service has issued a statement explaining what happened that evening.
They said: "We received an emergency call at 9.26pm on Saturday night to report a collision between a car and pedestrian on Sheaf Street, Sheffield. An ambulance and rapid response vehicle were dispatched to the scene and one male patient was conveyed to Northern General Hospital."
British Transport Police earlier said on social media that their officers assisted South Yorkshire Police and South Yorkshire Ambulance Service with two road traffic collisions on Sheaf Street on the same evening.
South Yorkshire Police said: "We were called at 9pm on Saturday 4 November to reports of a road traffic collision on Sheaf Street in Sheffield city centre.
"Officers attended and it was found that a van had been in a collision with a pedestrian. The pedestrian was taken to hospital with non-life threatening of life changing injuries.
"The van stopped at the scene and the driver has assisted officers with their enquiries. No arrests have been made."