Police investigating how a 73-year-old cyclist sustained serious injuries have renewed their appeal for witnesses.
The cyclist was injured on the B1222 at Cawood Straight near the village of Cawood in the Selby area on Saturday 13 October at around 12.15pm. He sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to hospital
In particular they would like to speak to the driver of a dark coloured car which was seen on the B1222 travelling towards Cawood from the direction of Stillingfleet.
They would also like to hear from any other cyclists, either lone or in a group who may have acknowledged or spoke to the man as he cycled along the B1222. Anyone else who can help the police investigation is also urged to get in touch.
Investigating officer, Traffic Constable Martin Hayes of Tadcaster Roads Policing Group, said: "The driver of the dark coloured vehicle may hold information which is vital to establishing what happened to the cyclist and we would urge them to come forward.
"The cyclist remains in a stable condition in Leeds General Infirmary and it is vital that we establish how he sustained his injuries. I urge anyone who has not already come forward to please contact us as soon as possible."
If you are the driver of a dark coloured car which was travelling along the B1222 on Saturday, or anyone else who can assist the investigation, please contact TC Hayes on 101, select option 2 and ask for Martin Hayes. Or you can pass information via email to email@example.com
To recap, North Yorkshire Police were called by the ambulance service at around 12.15pm on Saturday 13 October 2012 after the cyclist was found injured on the road.
The cyclist, who is from Cawood, was airlifted by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance to Leeds General Infirmary with serious head injuries where he remains in a stable condition.
1.39pm - 16 October 2012