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Images released of car involved in Stockport collision

Police have released images of a car involved in a collision in Stockport which has a left a man with life-threatening injuries.

At around 11.25pm on Saturday 6 October 2018 police were called to a collision on Dialstone Lane involving a Blue Nissan 300ZX.

Officers who attended established the Nissan had collided with three parked cars and the driver was critically injured.

The driver – a man in his 20s - was taken to hospital where he is in a life threatening condition.

Officers from GMP Serious Collision Investigation Unit have launched an investigation and have released images of the car involved in a bid for information from the public.

Sergeant Lee Westhead, from GMP’s SCIU, said: “This was a very serious collision that has resulted in the driver fighting for his life in hospital.

“We are currently trying to establish how the collision happened. I would urge anyone who saw the collision, or who may have seen the vehicle in the Stockport area around the time of the collision, to get in touch with us immediately.

“The vehicle involved was a distinctive blue coloured Nissan 300ZX and was likely being driven in the Stockport area for at least fifteen minutes prior to the collision.

“I am releasing images of the car to help jog witnesses’ memories. The driver’s family have been traced and are currently with him at hospital. Our thoughts remain with them at this awful time.”

Anyone with any information should contact GMP’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741 and quote reference number 2392 of the 6th October 2018.

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