Biker stabbed and left with broken leg after shock hit and run in Manchester

A man was left with a broken leg and stab wounds after his motorbike was ploughed into by a car, before the driver and passenger got out and attacked him and his pal with weapons on Tuesday evening (May 10). The incident broke out on Moston Lane at around 7.45pm, after a 19-year-old, who was driving his motorbike with a friend, were struck by a silver Jaguar. Police enquiries established that the crash, which happened at the junction with Gill Street, was followed by a violent attack.

Afterwards, the unknown driver and passenger got out of the vehicle and attacked the pair with weapons before driving off from the scene. It was a short while later that the car was then located abandoned and in flames on Collyhurst Road. The 19-year-old motorbike driver was taken to hospital and found to have a broken leg and two stab wounds from the incident.

Firefighters battle blaze at derelict former pub The offenders have been described as one mixed race male, around 6ft tall, wearing a dark tracksuit, and a shorter white male, also wearing a dark coloured tracksuit. Police are now appealing for information from witnesses to locate the offenders.

The crash happened at the junction of Gill Street

Detective Constable Liam Smith, of GMPs North Manchester CID, said: “There were a number of people at the scene either walking past or in cars on Tuesday evening and we would like to speak to anyone who witnessed this incident, or who may have dash cam footage showing the attack.

This is completely mindless and unacceptable violence and we need to track down the offenders.”

Anyone with information or footage is asked to contact police on 0161 856 1146, quoting log number 2797 of the 10 th May 2022 or use the Live Chat service on the GMP website.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.