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An elderly pedestrian has died after being hit by a police car responding to a 999 call in Brighton.
It happened on Edward Street in Kemptown, near the junction with Devonshire Place, just before 1 o'clock this morning.
Eyewitnesses say the two officers involved looked visibly shaken as they tried to resuscitate the man.
Sussex police described it as a 'tragic incident'. The Independent Police Complaints Commission is now investigating, as Tony Green reports.
Edward Street in Brighton is closed in both directions after a fatal incident this morning. A police car collided with a pedestrian who died at the scene.
There is slow traffic due to the accident between Chapel Street and Egremont Place / Upper Rock Gardens. Police are at the scene. The closure is also affecting public transport in the area.
An investigation is continuing after a pedestrian died following a serious collision involving a police car answering a 999 call in Brighton
The collision happened in the Devonshire Place area in Kemptown at 12.50am this morning. The man died at the scene. The road is closed while investigations are carried out.
A pedestrian has died after a serious collision involving a police car answering a 999 call in Brighton has died.
The collision happened in Devonshire Place area in Kemptown at 12.50am this morning. The man died at the scene. The road is closed for forensic investigations to be carried out.
Sussex Police said the incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the police online quoting Operation Hertford.
Sussex Police are to conduct three reviews into their handling of the deaths of two women in West Sussex.
Robert Trigg was convicted last week for the murder of Susan Nicholson in 2011 and the manslaughter of Caroline Devlin in 2006.
At the time the force found neither of the deaths to be suspicious, despite one of the victim's families campaigning for Sussex Police to reinvestigate their daughter's death. The force says it will publish key findings from the reviews.
52 year old Trigg was sentenced to life with a minimum term of 25 years.
The IPCC has undertaken a thorough assessment of the information contained within the referral made by Sussex Police following the conviction of Robert Trigg."
“We have determined that the referral does not meet the criteria for IPCC involvement, as there have been no conduct or complaint matters identified in the referral that could allow us to determine that an independent, managed or local investigation is or is not required."
“We have requested that should any new complaint or conduct matter come to light during Sussex Police’s internal reviews, that this be referred to us.”