Tragedy as motorcyclist, 21, killed in crash after he was hit by car

A young motorcyclist has died in hospital just over a week after a serious crash left him with severe injuries. Bailey Sorren, 21, from Leeds, West Yorkshire, was riding a white KTM 125 Duke when he was hit by a car on Saturday, March 25 in Bramley.

Mr Sorren died in hospital yesterday (April 3), announced West Yorkshire Police.

Officers from the force as well as the Major Collision Enquiry Team has launched a witness appeal for people with dashcam footage to come forward.

Mr Sorren was hit by a blue Vauxhall Adam close to the Broad Lane junction with Bell Lane. Police would like to hear from anyone who saw the crash or either vehicle’s movements before and/or after the incident.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: “Police have issued a renewed appeal for witnesses to a collision In Leeds after the motorcyclist involved passed away in hospital.

“Bailey Sorren, who was 21 and from Leeds, died yesterday (3 April) following the collision, which happened in Bramley at about 6.10pm on Saturday, 25 March.

“Bailey suffered serious injuries after the white KTM 125 Duke motorcycle he was riding was in collision with a blue Vauxhall Adam, close to the Broad Lane junction with Bell Lane.

“This incident is now being investigated by the Major Collision Enquiry Team, who would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision, or who has footage that may assist their enquiries.

“Anyone who witnessed the collision or the movements of either vehicle prior to it is asked to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 101, or by using the LiveChat facility on the West Yorkshire Police website.”

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