Renewed appeal to trace a white van following a fatal collision in Barnsley

Clive BurdettOfficers investigating a fatal collision involving a 49-year-old motorcyclist in Barnsley on Wednesday 15 November, are appealing to trace the driver of a van who they believe may have information about the collision.

At around 4.25pm on Wednesday 15 November, emergency services were called following reports of a collision involving a black Land Rover Freelander and a black and grey Moto Guzzi motorcycle, close to the junction with Knowle Road.

It is believed a white Transit style van travelling along Upper Sheffield Road towards Barnsley, turned onto Knowle Road around the time of the collision. Officers are keen to speak to the driver of this van as they believe they may have information that will assist with their enquiries.

The motorcyclist, 49-year-old Clive Burdett from Doncaster (pictured), suffered fatal injuries and was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

Did you see this van? Were you the driver?

If you witnessed the collision, or have any information that may be able to assist officers with their enquiries, please report it via 101 quoting incident number 706 of 15 November 2017.

 

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal collision on the A61 Upper Sheffield Road, Barnsley, in which a motorcyclist died.

At around 4.25pm on Wednesday 15 November, emergency services were called following reports of a collision involving a black Land Rover Freelander and a black and grey Moto Guzzi motorcycle, close to the junction with Knowle Road.

The motorcyclist, a 49-year-old man from Doncaster, suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. His family have been informed and are receiving support.

Officers are keen to trace the driver of a white van, believed to have been travelling along the same road shortly prior to the collision, as they believe he may have vital information.

If you witnessed the collision, or have any information that may be able to assist officers with their enquiries, please report it via 101 quoting incident number 706 of 15 November 2017.