Police appeal after pedestrian is seriously injured in collision with car near Exeter

Police have appealed for witnesses after a pedestrian was seriously injured in a crash with a car close to Pathfinder Village near Exeter. 

Emergency services were called to Tedburn Road at around 8.15am on Thursday, July 16, following a collision between a grey Ford Focus and a man aged in his 40s.

The pedestrian had been by his parked red Nissan Cabstar NT400 at the time of the crash.

He sustained multiple serious injuries, described as potentially life-changing, and was taken to Derriford Hospital by air ambulance…

“He sustained multiple serious injuries, described as potentially life-changing, and was taken to Derriford Hospital by air ambulance,” said a spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police.

“The Focus driver was uninjured.

“The road was closed for five hours while officers from the Roads Policing Team investigated the scene.

“Officers are working to establish the cause of the collision and appealing for any witnesses to contact them. Anyone with relevant dashcam footage is also asked to get in touch.

“Please email 101@dc.police.uk or telephone 101, quoting log number 159 of 14/07/22.”

Exeter: Old bus station could be demolished before winter, at a cost of £900,000

About Author