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Pedestrian dies after suffering ‘serious head injuries’ in early-morning hit-and-run crash 

Pedestrian in his twenties dies after suffering ‘serious head injuries’ in early-morning hit-and-run crash

  • A car travelling at high-speed hit him in Handsworth, Birmingham, at 3.50am
  • Road remains closed while Forensic Collision Investigators examine the scene 
  • West Midlands Police have since made an appeal following the fatal crash

A pedestrian in his twenties has died after suffering ‘serious head injuries’ after a hit-and-run crash in the early hours of the morning.

The man was killed after a car travelling at high-speed hit him in Handsworth in Birmingham, West Midlands, at 3.50am. 

The car fled the scene and the man was pronounced dead a short time later after suffering head injuries. 

A pedestrian in his twenties has died after suffering ‘serious head injuries’ after a hit-and-run crash in the early hours of the morning

His family have since been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.

The road remains closed while Forensic Collision Investigators examine the scene.

West Midlands Police have since made an appeal following the fatal crash.    

The man was killed after a car travelling at high-speed hit him in Handsworth in Birmingham, West Midlands, at 3.50am

The man was killed after a car travelling at high-speed hit him in Handsworth in Birmingham, West Midlands, at 3.50am

The road remains closed while Forensic Collision Investigators examine the scene and West Midlands Police have since made an appeal following the fatal crash

The road remains closed while Forensic Collision Investigators examine the scene and West Midlands Police have since made an appeal following the fatal crash

Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: ‘We are in the early stages of our investigation and our thoughts are with the family of this man at this very tragic time.

‘I am asking for anyone who saw what happened to get in touch with us as soon as possible.

‘Perhaps you saw the lead up to the collision or the aftermath. We are keen to hear from anyone who has information.’  

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