A man in his 30s remains in hospital with serious injuries after he was hit by an HGV in Timperley.

The emergency services were called to the area of Manchester Road at around 10.45am last Monday.

According to North West Ambulance Service a man in his 30s was taken to hospital with "major trauma" after he was hit by an HGV close to the railway bridge.

Manchester Road was closed to all traffic between its junctions with Sinderland Road and with Stamford Brook Road into the afternoon to allow for an investigation.

On March 5, police appealed for information about the incident including the identity of the man injured in the incident. The driver stayed at the scene and there are no arrests at this time.

On March 10, in an update on social media, they said they identified the man injured in the incident but he remains in hospital with serious injuries.

The update on social media said: "A man involved in a collision last week has now been identified – thank you to those who shared our appeal. 

"He currently remains in hospital in a serious condition."

Anyone with information about an incident can contact police on 101 or the LiveChat on gmp.police.uk.

This article was written by Jack Tooth. To contact him, email jack.tooth@newsquest.co.uk or follow @JTRTooth on Twitter.