The authorities are urging members of the public to come forward with any information regarding a serious injury collision that occurred in Leeds. The incident took place at approximately 7.15 pm on Friday, June 16, at the junction of the Stanningley bypass and the B6155 slip road.

According to reports, two vehicles were involved in the collision, namely a black Volkswagen Passat and a silver Ford B-Max. Both vehicles were heading towards Pudsey at the time of the incident. The driver of the Ford B-Max, identified as a 70-year-old woman, sustained severe injuries as a result of the collision. However, her injuries are not believed to be life threatening. She was promptly taken to a nearby hospital for medical treatment.

In light of the incident, the police are reaching out to potential witnesses who may have observed the collision or have information about the movements of either vehicle prior to the accident. Authorities are particularly interested in any details that may aid their investigation. Members of the public who have relevant information are urged to contact the Roads Policing Unit at 101. Alternatively, they can utilise the 101LiveChat feature on the West Yorkshire Police website to share their testimonies.

To facilitate the investigation, the police have assigned the log reference number 1870 of June 16 to this case. This reference number should be used when providing information to the authorities.

The police are hopeful that the public’s assistance will help shed light on the circumstances leading up to the collision, enabling them to piece together a comprehensive understanding of the incident.

Authorities emphasise the importance of community cooperation in such cases, as witness accounts can play a crucial role in determining the sequence of events and establishing liability.