Pedestrian involved in Chichester collision

A driver failed an eyesight test after a 'low speed' collision in Chichester earlier today (Monday, November 30), police have said.

A pedestrian was involved in a collision with a car in St Martin's Street at 11.30 am.

A spokesperson for Sussex Roads Police said: "Thankfully this was low speed and injuries are not serious. We conducted an eyesight test with the driver, which he failed.

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"DVLA have already revoked his licence less than one hour after the RTC."

Sussex Roads Police attended after the crash

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