An 11-year-boy has died after he was knocked off by his bicycle by a bus in Bolton.
The teen was driving on Vernon Avenue at 1.40pm as we speak when the incident occurred.
In keeping with Higher Manchester Police: ‘No arrests have been made right now and the motive force of the bus is aiding officers with their enquiries.
‘A scene stays in place at Vernon Avenue and Prince Avenue while officers perform their investigation.’
An 11-year-old boy was killed after he was concerned in a collision with a bus on Vernon Avenue, Bolton at 1.40pm as we speak
Higher Manchester Police have closed the highway whereas specialist officers study the scene in an effort to find out what occurred
The bus and the boy’s bicycle stay on the scene which has been cordoned off for the previous a number of hours whereas they’re examined by the technical workforce.
Officers are asking for witnesses, together with passengers on the bus to come back ahead and go on any data they might have on the collision.
They’re particularly anxious to speak to anybody who has dashcam or CCTV footage of the incident.
Anybody with data is requested to name 0161 856 4741 or 0161 856 8802.
It is usually potential to file a report by way of Higher Manchester Police’s web site, or by way of the impartial Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
The bus, pictured, remained on the scene following this afternoon’s collision
A stretch of highway alongside Vernon Avenue has been cordoned off whereas police full their investigation
Officers are interesting or any witnesses to the collision to come back ahead or go on any footage they might have of the incident