Quad biker in hospital with life threatening injuries after crashing into parked car in Farnley
A quad biker was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries after it collided with a parked car in Leeds.
The 33-year-old man was riding the bike on Tong Drive in Farnley this afternoon (Wednesday).
The quad bike collided with a parked car at around 2.25pm before the rider was taken to hospital for treatment to his life threatening injuries.
The bike was removed from the scene before the police got there and they are appealing for anyone who knows where it is to contact them referencing log 816 of March 3.
West Yorkshire Police also want to speak to anyone who witnessed the crash, has footage of the incident or saw the quad bike beforehand.
A spokesperson from West Yorkshire Police said: "Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision in Farnley, Leeds.
"West Yorkshire Roads Policing Officers would like to speak to anyone who witnessed or has footage of the collision which took place on Tong Way, Farnley, at about 2.25pm on Wednesday March 3.
"It took place after a quad bike, which was being driven on Tong Drive, was in collision with a parked car.
"The 33-year-old male rider of the bike suffered life threatening injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.
"The bike was removed from the scene prior to police attendance.
"Anyone who saw or has footage of the incident, who saw the quad bike beforehand, or who has knowledge of its whereabouts is asked to contact the police.
"Information can be given to the Team Three Roads Policing Unit on 101 referencing police log 816 of March 3."