A woman who died after the accident In Denton Named after Juan White.
Police A white BMW 220D was called to report the collision And a pedestrian on Ashton Road just before 1 a.m. Monday (July 12).
The pedestrian, now named Ms. White, was rushed to hospital.
Sadly, the 49-year-old died shortly afterwards.
According to the devastating friend, he is left behind by his son.
BMW failed to stop following the incident and will continue on Ashton Road.
It later collided with an uncontrolled Ford Transit and failed to stop again. The driver then fled on foot.
A 26-year-old man has since been arrested on suspicion of a number of driving offenses, including causing death by dangerous driving, causing death when disqualified, and failing to stop after a collision. Is.
He is in custody for questioning GMP Said
Address to Manchester Evening News A friend later paid tribute to Joanne, saying: “My brother resigned over time but could not find him on time.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“We all had a great night. She was the life and soul of every night. She was always happy that her son was no longer a mother.”
Sergeant Andrew Page of GMP’s Sirens Coalition Investigation Unit said: “This is a tragic incident in which a woman has lost her life with regret. Our thoughts on her loved ones during our incredibly difficult time Live together
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“We hope there are people who have information about the driver of this BMW or who have witnessed any of these collisions who may have dashcam footage of this car or this incident. Which can be helpful in our inquiries.
“The second collision took place on a residential road, so we are asking people in the area to check their CCTV cameras for any footage of this BMW.”
Anyone with information should contact the Serious Conflict Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741, with reference to incident number 195 on 12/07/21.
Reports can also be made anonymously to independent charity crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.