A 15-YEAR-OLD boy is battling for his life after he was hit by a police automobile responding to an incident final night time.
The teenager was critically harm when he was concerned in a crash with the marked automobile, which was responding to studies of a ‘home incident’.
A teenage boy was critically harm final night time when he was hit by a marked automobile on the best way to an emergency Credit score: ASP
The teenager stays in hospital as we speak with a life-threatening head harm Credit score: ASP
Cops say an unbiased investigation led by the police watchdog is below methodCredit score: ASP
The crash occurred at round 9.30pm final night time in Stockport.
Cops stopped on the scene and administered first help till an ambulance arrived.
The boy was taken to hospital with a ‘severe head harm’.
Police say he’s in a life-threatening situation.
An investigation has been launched and the incident has been referred to each Better Manchester Police’s inner watchdog and the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct.
Final night time, officers might be seen analyzing torn objects of clothes in the course of the highway.
The police automobile might be seen on a pavement close to a tree.
A spokesperson for the pressure stated: “At round 9.30pm on Saturday, December 26, officers have been responding to a home disturbance incident after they have been concerned in a collision with a pedestrian on Garners Lane in Stockport.
“Police stopped and administered trauma care to a 15-year-old boy till the ambulance arrived.
“The boy has since been taken to hospital with a severe head harm the place he stays in a important situation.
“An investigation is below method.
“This incident has been referred to GMP’s Skilled Requirements Department, and the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct in step with regular process.
“Anybody with any info ought to contact the Severe Collision Investigation Unit 0161 856 4741 quoting incident quantity 2808 of 26/12/2020.
“Alternatively, studies will be made anonymously to the unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”