A man had died following a collision with a tram in Wythenshawe in south Manchester. Emergency sercives attended the scene on Friday evening at Poundswick Lane following the incident.
Sadly the man died at the scene.
The driver of the tram remained at the scene to assist police with their inquires and members of the public have been advised to avoid the area.
In a statement, Greater Manchester Police confirmed that a pedestrian had died following the collision.
They said: “At around 8:25pm this evening (Friday 13 January 2023), officers were called to reports of a collision involving a tram and a pedestrian.
“Sadly when emergency services attended the scene, the 29-year-old male pedestrian had passed away.
“The driver remained at the scene to assist officers enquiries. A scene will remain in place.”
It comes barely a month after a crash between a tram and taxi in Manchester City Centre on December 9, according to The Manchester Evening News.
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There was widespread disruption of the Metrolink network following the incident as the line was blocked for an hour.
Bus services heading to Shudehilll Interchange had to be re-routed.
There were also significant delays for motorists on many of the roads in and around the city centre.