Pedestrian, 32, in 'serious' condition after crash on A6 Chapel bypass

A pedestrian has been left in a "serious" condition after a crash involving a lorry on A6 Chapel bypass.

The 32-year-old man is in a "stable" but "serious" condition in Manchester Royal Infirmary.

Collision Investigation Unit.

Collision Investigation Unit.

The collision between the pedestrian and the tipper lorry happened on Saturday, October 12, around 7am.

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The road was closed between the A5004 at Whaley Bridge and the A624.

A spokeswoman for Derbyshire police has said that a investigation has been launched.

She said: "There is no change to the mans condition, he is in hospital in a stable but serious condition.

"An investigation has been launched."

Anyone who witnessed anything should call 101 quoting 198 of 12/10.