Barnsley Driver Arrested Following Death Of Pedestrian

Suspicion Of Causing Death By Dangerous Driving

12.03.2008

The driver of a car that knocked down and killed a teenage pedestrian has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

Police are currently appealing for witnesses following the incident, which took place on Huddersfield Road, Wilthorpe on Sunday, March 9.

Gary Glymond, 18, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The police also want to speak to two men in a white private hire taxi and a female nurse who gave the victim first aid.

David Urpeth, a Partner at law firm Irwin Mitchell said: "This tragic case demonstrates the results of road traffic accidents that involve pedestrians.

"I represent many people who have been injured or killed in road traffic collisions."