A teenage girl is fighting for her life after a car crashed into a tree in Northumberland.
The 17-year-old passenger was taken to hospital after the collision involving a silver Nissan Pixo near the Moorhouse Crossroads, close to Edlingham, at round 8.30pm on Monday.
The girl’s accidents are described as life-threatening and she or he stays in a essential situation.
The 18-year-old driver was handled in hospital for a shoulder damage however he was launched earlier than being arrested on suspicion of inflicting critical damage by harmful driving. He stays in police custody.
Inspector Lynne Mckevitt, of Northumbria Police’s motor patrols division, has now appealed for anybody who could have seen the automobile on Monday night to contact police.
She mentioned: “This is a really critical collision and a teenage girl continues to struggle for her life in hospital.
“As you possibly can think about, it is a distressing time for her household and we’re finishing up enquiries so we will discover out precisely what has occurred.
“Those enquiries are at an early stage however the driver of the automobile has been arrested and shall be interviewed concerning the circumstances of the collision.
“Now we have to communicate to anybody who could have see the Nissan Pixo being pushed in the world of the B6341, Alnwick to Rothbury street, on Monday night.
“If you have been driving in the world and have any dash-cam footage then we might ask you to assessment it to see when you captured the automobile in query.
“Any piece of knowledge, regardless of how small, may assist us construct up an image of what occurred.”
Anyone who desires to report data to police can achieve this on-line on the Northumbria Police web site quoting log 1095 26/10/20 or by calling 101.