Posted: Fri 23rd Aug 2013

Queensferry Quad bike Collison – Police Appeal For Witnesses.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Aug 23rd, 2013

North Wales police are appealing for witnesses to a collision that has left a 15 year old youth with serious injuries.


The single vehicle incident involving quad bike happened on a footpath near John Summers High School, Queensferry, Deeside at around 10.56pm

A 15 year old boy from the local area remains in a serious, but stable condition in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Merseyside following the collision, another 15 year old boy has been released from hospital after being treated for minor injuries.

North Wales Police are particularly keen to trace a person who may have been involved in the collision last night.

Inspector Steve Arnold said; “ We  believe a third person may have been involved in the incident and we  are keen to trace him to make sure that he is not suffering from any injuries  which he may have sustained.

“We understand he goes by the nickname “Scouse” and we would appeal to him to come forward and to anyone who may know of his whereabouts,

Anyone with information can contact police on 101, quoting the reference number P139199.

Alternatively anyone can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


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