Photo: RTC Cross Green, Formby

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UPDATE (Monday 14 Dec 12hrs)

A Formby Granddad who died from a heart attack following a fatal road traffic collision on Saturday has been named as Stephen McCambridge.

Mr McCambridge’s family have paid tribute to the 54-year-old father-of-one and grandfather.

The family of Stephen McCambridge have issued the following statement: “We as a family are completely devastated by the death of Stephen.

“Stephen was a loving husband, father and more recently a grandfather.

“He was a well-respected kind, caring, loving man who doted on his family.”

The collision happened at 7.50pm on the Cross Green roundabout outside Express Dry Cleaners at the junction with Liverpool Road.

Police have bailed a Southport man who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following the fatal collision.

Officers are continuing to appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the collision to contact Sefton CID on 0151 777 3055, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Southport man bailed after being arrested on suspicion of manslaughter

UPDATE (Sunday 13 Dec, 14hrs)

Merseyside Police have bailed a Southport man, who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following a fatal road traffic collision in Formby on Saturday night.

The man who is 19 years from Southport was arrested on Sunday and questioned at a police station

A Home Office post mortem has been carried out and has concluded that the 55-year-old driver of the car died as a result of a heart attack.

Officers are continuing to appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the collision to contact Sefton CID on 0151 777 3055, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The victim has not yet been formally identified by officers, as they continue their investigations and notify the man’s next of kin.

And police have not yet revealed the identity of the 19 year old man who they have arrested, with no charge having yet been brought.

Merseyside Police say a man who died following a RTC formby may have been involved in an argument shortly before crash.

The 55-year-old man was involved in a crash by the Cross Green roundabout in Formby last night Saturday 12 December.

Merseyside Police detectives confirmed this morning that he had died following the incident.

A Merseyside Police spokesperson said: “that the man who died may have been involved in an earlier argument with someone known to him shortly before, at the junction of Cross Green and Altcar Road, before returning to his car and driving off”.

A man died after his car crashed through a safety barrier and hit a lamppost in Formby.

OTSnews received information that a male has was arrested in connection with death of the 55-year-old male driver, this is yet to be confirmed by Merseyside Police.

ots-formby-searchPolice officers were also investigating a scene a few hundred meters away from the crash scene at the junction of Altcar Road and Rose Path.

Update will follow when police release further information.

UPDATE (Sunday 12 Dec, 07hrs) Man dies after Formby car crash

The emergency services were called to Cross Green in Formby shortly after 8pm this evening, Saturday 12 December 2015.

A Landrover Discovery crashed through the railings and stopped just before hitting the Express Dry Cleaners at the One Stop shop.

The roundabout was completely blocked with local diversions in operation.

Merseyside Police spokesperson confirmed that a 55-year-old driver of a black Land Rover Freelander was taken to Southport Hospital but died a short time later. No other vehicles were involved in the collision”.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the crash.

Anyone with information should call the Roads Policing Unit on 0151 777 5747.

He has not yet been formally named by Merseyside Police.

 

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