Boy, 11, dies in "hit and run" Crash in Manchester because 31-year-old driver is arrested after he has surrendered himself
- Younger was treated by paramedics at the site of the incident in Beswick
- A 31-year-old man later went to a police station and was arrested
- The suspect remains in custody for questioning, said the Greater Manchester Police
Leigh Mcmanus for Mailonline
A motorist was arrested after an 11-year-old boy was killed during a hit-and-run crash.
The younger – presumably cycling – was treated by paramedics at the site of the incident in Beswick, Manchester, but died from his injuries in the hospital.
A gray VW Golf, presumably involved in the collision in Albert Street shortly after 6.10 pm on Saturday, left the scene and was found abandoned at a short distance.
Officers responded to a serious clash on Albert Street in Beswick, Manchester
A 31-year-old man later went to a police station and was arrested on suspicion of death by driving dangerously.
The suspect remains in custody for questioning, said Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
PC Karl Horner, from GMP's serious collision investigation department, said: "This was a tragic incident in which a young boy lost his life, and my thoughts are with his family in this unimaginably difficult time.
The suspect remains in custody for questioning, said the Greater Manchester Police
& # 39; We have a man in custody, but our questions continue as we work to determine the full conditions that led to this collision.
& # 39; If you think you've seen the driver of the gray VW Golf around the time of the crash, or if you've seen what happened, please contact us as soon as possible. We would like to speak to anyone who may have dashcam images of the incident or events that preceded it. & # 39;
Anyone with information must call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit of GMP on 0161 856 4741 stating reference number 1642 of 12/01/2019, or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Surrounding roads have been deposited as the research continues.
PC Karl Horner, from GMP's division for serious collision investigation, said: "This was a tragic incident in which a young boy lost his life.
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