A woman in her early 70s has been taken to hospital following a collision in Radcliffe.
Her injuries are serious but not believed to be life-threatening, police said.
Emergency services were called to the scene on Stand Lane at around 2pm this afternoon.
A car had collided with the woman, the driver stopped at the scene and co-cooperated with police.
No arrests have been made & enquiries are ongoing.
A Greater Manchester Police, spokesperson said: “At around 2:00pm on 11 June 2021, police were called to a report of a car colliding with a pedestrian on Stand Lane, Radcliffe.
Officers attended and established a car had collided with a woman in her early 70s. The driver stopped at the scene and co-operated with officers.
Her injuries are serious but not life-threatening. She was taken to hospital for treatment.
No arrests have been made.
Enquiries are ongoing to determine the cause of the collision.”
The public are urged to take an alternative route and to avoid the area if possible.
Local buses are being diverted.
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