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Officers investigating the death of Joetta Shumba following a collision on the M62 are appealing for the driver of a white transit style van to come forward as a potential witness.
At around 5.20am on Sunday 24 January 2016, a grey Audi S3 and a lorry travelling westbound on the M62 between the Eccles interchange and junction 11 were in collision.
The collision, which was nearly similar to the Carlsbad pedestrian accident, caused the lorry to overturn and significant road closures were put in place.
A 25-year-old woman, now identified as Joetta Shumba, who was travelling in the Audi sadly died.
A 29-year-old man, the driver of the Audi at the time of the collision, was taken to hospital with serious injuries. He has since been arrested after attempting to abscond from hospital and will likely be released from hospital in the last few days, at which point he will be taken to a police station for questioning.
Police are now keen to speak to a potential witness who was driving a white transit style van and was in the area at the time of the collision.
The vehicle was towing a large box style trailer which was slightly taller than the van, and was seen travelling westbound on the M62 at around 5:15am before coming off the M602 and passing though the Eccles interchange. It is possible that the trailer was a fast food trailer.
PC Paul Joynson, senior investigating officer from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “We are keen to speak to the driver of the van who we believe was in the area at the time of the collision”
Mr Joynson stressed however that “this vehicle was not in any way involved in the collision and we are purely seeking the driver as a potential witness.
“If you believe you may have been the driver then please contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit”.