Darren Thompson: First aider who helped at crash has been found
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A first aider who helped a motorcyclist following a crash in St Albans has been found following a Herts Advertiser appeal.
Herts Police had asked the man, believed to be an off-duty fireman, to get in touch.
At around 5.30pm on Wednesday, August 30 a white Honda motorbike collided with a grey BMW car at the junction of Acrewood Way and Hatfield Road.
The motorcyclist died at the scene, and was identified locally as Darren Thompson,a 36-year-old father-of-three, who worked nearby.
PC Jackie Lister said yesterday: “We know a man gave first aid to the motorcyclist at the scene, but despite extensive police enquiries we have been unable to identify him.
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“The man may have information that could assist our enquiries establishing the exact circumstances surrounding the collision.”
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