|Solar elevation||-29° (night)|
|Light conditions||Darkness - lights lit|
|Weather||Fine no high winds|
|Road type||Single carriageway|
|Pedestrian crossing (human)?||None within 50 metres|
|Junction?||T or staggered junction
Give way or uncontrolled
|Involved||1 vehicle, and 1 casualty|
|Special conditions at site||None|
|Speed limit||30 mph|
|Pedestrian crossing (physical)?||No physical crossing facilities within 50 metres|
|1||van or goods vehicle (3.5t mgw or under)||
The man, 43, died following the collision at 8pm on Wednesday
Police said the 43-year-old man was in collision with a white Mercedes Sprinter Van on Manchester Road close to the Green Squirrel pub in Haslingden
A man dies from his injuries after he was hit by a van outside a petrol station in Lancashire.
Police say he was a father-of-four from the town
The dad-of-four's funeral will take place next Wednesday
Matthew Taylor, 43, was walking across the entrance/exit to a petrol station when he was hit by Mohammed Khan who failed to stop at a give way sign
Father-of-four Matthew Taylor, 43, was knocked down and 'swept' under the wheels of the Mercedes Benz Sprinter as he walked across the entrance to a petrol station in Haslingden, Lancashire.
Dad-of-four Matthew Taylor, 43, was 'swept' under the wheels of the Mercedes Benz Sprinter - but Mohammed Khan, 33, had no idea he'd even hit him until drivers began honking horns
A MAN who died after being struck by a van in Haslingden has been named as Matthew Taylor.
A MAN has appeared in court accused of causing the death of a father-of-four by dangerous driving.