A pedestrian has died after they were hit by a car in Derbyshire, shortly before midnight last night (Tuesday 1 April).
The incident happened on the A514 William Nadin Way, involving the pedestrian and a blue Ford Mondeo.
Police are asking for witnesses to come forward, and in particular they want to speak to a man and a woman in a vehicle that was not involved, but arrived at the scene just before police officers.
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