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We are appealing for witnesses following a collision in St Helens on Thursday 3 November that has left a man with a serious injury to his arm.
At around 11am officers received a report of a collision on the junction of Creswell Street and Napier Street involving a cyclist and a black VW Polo.
The driver of the VW Polo remained at the scene.
The cyclist, a 19-year-old man, was taken to hospital with lacerations to his arm and is now recovering at home.
An investigation is underway in the area, and officers are appealing for anyone who saw the incident and also the driver of a silver Hyundai vehicle, who stopped to help the man after the incident.
Inspector Gavin Dixon said: “We believe the man driving the silver Hyundai who bravely stopped and helped the victim after the incident is a key witness and could have important information that may assist our investigation.
“I would like to appeal directly to him and anyone who saw this collision on the junction of Creswell Street and Napier Street on Thursday 3 November at 11am to contact police.
“If you were in the area and saw the collision, have any CCTV and dash camera footage or any information which may assist the investigation, please come forward as soon as possible.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has any information which could assist the investigation, is asked to contact @MerPolCC on Twitter or Merseyside Police Contact Centre on Facebook quoting reference 22000807500.