Cumbrian woman suffers broken fingers in fail-to-stop accident on A65 at Austwick

The Westmorland Gazette: Cumbrian woman suffers broken fingers in fail-to-stop accident on A65 at Austwick Cumbrian woman suffers broken fingers in fail-to-stop accident on A65 at Austwick

A WOMAN from Cumbria suffered broken fingers as she opened the door of her black Toyota MR2 after it had broken down on the A65 and was struck by a fail-to-stop motorist.

Skipton police are appealing for drivers who were travelling along the road between Kirkby Lonsdale and Long Preston on Thursday (April 10) to contact them if they witnessed the accident which happened in a gateway near to Owlett Hall Farm, Austwick, at around 7.50am.

Police are appealing for the driver of the vehicle to contact them along with any witnesses to the incident.

Anyone who can assist the police investigation should call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option two and ask for Traffic Constable Andrew Ingram (Andrew.Ingram@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk). Quote incident number 12140056303 when passing on information.

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