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Teenage pedestrian critically ill after collision

The scene of the accident Credit: ITV Yorkshire

A 14-year-old boy has suffered life-threatening injuries in an accident in the Thrybergh area of Rotherham yesterday.

It happened at 12.35pm in Oldgate Lane, near to St Peter’s Church, and involved the teenager who was a pedestrian and a black Ford Focus. The Focus is believed to have been travelling towards Dalton from Thrybergh.

South Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.


Police: Rotherham man wanted on recall to prison 'should not be approached'

Officers have warned people not to approach Shane Peter Delaney Credit: South Yorkshire Police

A man from Rotherham wanted on recall to prison is dangerous and should not be approached, police say.

Shane Peter Delaney, 46, from Rotherham, is also wanted in connection with an incident on Wednesday 4 January, in which a woman was reportedly seriously assaulted.

Officers would like to hear from anyone who has seen Delaney, or knows where he is.

They are urging members of the public not to approach Delaney if they see him, but instead to call 101.

Police say he is known to frequent the Munsbrough, Kimberworth and Maltby areas of Rotherham.

Three lanes closed on M1 in South Yorkshire after multi-vehicle collision

Three lanes are closed and there is very slow traffic due to an accident, two cars involved on M1 Southbound at J34 A631 (Meadowhall). Congestion stretches to J35 A629 (Rotherham / Chapeltown).

All three lanes are closed and traffic is using the hard shoulder to get past the accident.

There was another accident earlier which has now been moved over to the hard shoulder.

Witness appeal to fatal Rotherham accident

Did you see fatal collision?

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 70-year-old man died in a collision in Rotherham yesterday morning. (January 4th)

He was the driver of a silver Vauxhall car which was travelling along Doncaster Road and collided with a wall at around 11.30am. No one else was injured in the collision.

Officers are asking anyone who may have seen what happened to call them on 101.


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