Bradford police seek driver after child, 11, seriously injured by car in Harewood Street collision

The girl was knocked down as she crossed the road in Harewood Street, Bradford. Picture: Google
The girl was knocked down as she crossed the road in Harewood Street, Bradford. Picture: Google

Police in Bradford are trying to trace the driver of a car which knocked down an 11-year-old child.

The collision happened as the child was crossing in Harewood Street at around 5.25pm on Sunday, September 9.

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A West Yorkshire Police spokesman today said: "The child suffered a serious but not life-threatening leg injury.

"The driver of the vehicle stopped at the scene and offered to provide his details but the child’s father said they were not required."

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Officers now want to speak to the driver or any witnesses to the collision.

Contact police on 101, quoting 13180453338, or use the live chat facility on the forces website.