Reports have stated that a male pedestrian was killed after he was hit by a car that veered off of Old Chester Road and smashed into a wall at Rock Ferry.
The authorities confirmed that the man had died from the crash as of Tuesday morning.
The emergency services were contacted around the early hours of Tuesday around 7:30 am after the car had been reported to have struck the male pedestrian and then smashed into the wall.
The incident occurred near the intersection of Bedford Road. The driver of the vehicle was said to have survived the crash but is injured.
Death at Any Moment
After the crash the pedestrian was rushed to a hospital but had then been officially pronounced as dead.
The driver, who had to be cut out of the vehicle was also hospitalized but the condition regarding the injuries is currently unknown.
The authorities as of now are in the process of revealing the identity of the pedestrian who was killed and to be able to notify his family and relatives.
According to a spokeswoman for the Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, their teams were said to have arrived at the location of the incident around 7:42 am.
Cutting the Driver Out
The spokeswoman stated that the pedestrian that was hit had received treatment by their paramedics’ team and was transported to the hospital of Arrowe Park.
According to the spokeswoman, the driver of the vehicle was taken out of the car after firefighters were forced to remove the entire roof of the car by means of hydraulic cutting equipment.
This method was to assure that the male driver can be safely removed and not injured by their methods.
Members of the fire services stayed at the scene of the incident for over an hour.