An ‘urgent’ appeal for dashcam footage has been launched following a collision which has left a man in ‘critical condition.’

A pedestrian, 78, remains in hospital following a collision involving a black Ford Fiesta and pedestrian on Northallerton High Street at around 8:15pm on Tuesday (March 12).

Police are appealing to anyone in the area to review their dashcams which may have captured important footage.

North Yorkshire Police also confirmed the Fiesta suffered significant damage to its windscreen in the incident.

A police spokesperson said: “Anyone who was driving in the area around the time may have captured important dashcam footage, and officers are asking all motorists to review their dashcam systems as a matter of urgency.

“The Fiesta suffered significant damage to its windscreen in the collision.

“If you have footage of the black Ford Fiesta - either prior to the collision, or after the collision, in which it suffered the windscreen damage - please get in touch straight away.

“Please also contact the police if you remember seeing the collision or the vehicle involved, and have not yet spoken to officers.”

Two men were arrested nearby. They have since been released.

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Two suspects, a man and a woman, both aged 32, have been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving, and other offences.

They remain in custody at this time.

If you have any information, please email NYP’s Major Collision Investigation Team, straight away, at or call 101 quoting reference number 12240044571.