Posted: Wed 4th Oct 2017

Pedestrian hit by car near Morrisons in Connah’s Quay

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Oct 4th, 2017

Police have arrested two men following a collision in Connah’s Quay this afternoon which saw a woman taken to hospital.

North Wales Police say they were called to reports that a woman had been hit by a car near Morrisons supermarket in Connah’s Quay just before 3.30pm.

One person who was close by at the time said ‘Police Incident’ signs went up on Maesgwyn Avenue, Connah’s Quay, several police cars were in attendance and the road was closed off to other road users.

It’s believed a blue Ford Fiesta was involved in the incident, it was found abandoned on a nearby playing field.

Picture: Josh Bryan

A Wales Ambulance Spokesman said;

“We were called at shortly before 3.30pm this afternoon to reports a pedestrian had been hit by a car on Ffordd Llanarth, Connah’s Quay.

An emergency ambulance and air ambulance was called to the scene”

The air ambulance lifted off from scene at around 4.35pm and is heading back to the Welshpool base.

The woman who had been struck by the car was taken by road to the Countess of Chester Hospital, her injuries were said to “non-life-threatening”.

Connah’s Quay Councillor Andy Dunbobbin said he understood that two males had been arrested in connection with the collision.

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