Police investigate serious traffic collision in Mayhill Swansea

SOUTH Wales Police is investigating a serious traffic collision in Mayhill, Swansea.

At 3.49pm yesterday (Friday, September 22) a report was received of a collision involving a motorcycle and an electric scooter at the junction of Waun Wen Road and Tegid Road.

Two 11-year-old girls were injured and are in hospital.

Two men, aged 18 and 24, have been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
A pink electric scooter has been seized as part of the investigation.

The location of the motorcycle, believed to be a Husqvana, is unknown and anyone with information on its whereabouts is asked to please contact police.

Chief Inspector Jonathan Fairhurst, from South Wales Police, said: “Our thoughts are with the families of the two girls who are seriously injured in hospital.

“We understand there will be a great deal of concern within the community and extensive enquiries are being carried to establish the exact circumstances of the collision.

“We respectfully ask people not to speculate at this time.

Anyone who witnessed this collision or has information regarding the missing motorbike, to is asked to please contact South Wales Police quoting occurrence *321971.
🗪 Live Chat https://www.south-wales.police.uk/
💻 Contact us via https://bit.ly/SWPProvideInfo
📧 Email swp101@south-wales.police.uk
📞 101
Always call 999 in an emergency.

We thrive on reporting on local and national news for the people of Carmarthenshire and an extended online audience. We are  free from commercial or political influence and we report without fear, favour or prejudice. We hold those in power to account. We provide all the news for free, for everyone to read. We do need your help to continue. For as little as £1 donation you can contribute to keeping local democratic reporting alive. Your contribution will enable us to keep the news machine going and ensure the future of local news for Carmarthenshire. Every contribution is welcome and will have an impact on independent journalism. We thank you in advance. Please donate here: Support Carmarthenshire News Online

You cannot copy any content of this page

%d bloggers like this: