A505 traffic: Woman rushed to hospital after hit and run

A woman has been rushed to hospital after a hit and run on the A505 near Royston. Police were called to the scene near the roundabout with Old North Road at 10.04am today (Friday, January 3). Two vehicles were involved – a black Kia Picanto and another vehicle, described as a lorry or truck, which did not stop at the scene.

A female reported neck pain and was taken to hospital. One lane was closed where emergency services worked at the scene. It has since reopened.

Officers are looking to speak to the occupant(s) of the vehicle which did not stop and are urged to get in contact. If you saw what happened, get in touch on the non-emergency number 101 quoting ISR 179 of January 3. A Hertfordshire Police spokeswoman said: “Police were called at 10.04am today (Friday 3 January) to reports of a collision on the A505 in Royston.

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“The collision happened close to the roundabout with Old North Road. “Two vehicles were involved – a black Kia Picanto and another vehicle, described as a lorry or truck, which did not stop at the scene. “Damage was caused to a road sign and recovery was arranged for the Kia.

“The fire and rescue service (ref 116) were called alongside police. “One lane was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident. “A female reported neck pain and went to hospital.

“Officers would like to check that the occupant(s) of the vehicle which did not stop are ok and they are urged to get in contact. “If you saw what happened, get in touch on the non-emergency number 101 quoting ISR 179 of January 3”.

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