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UK News Police issue appeal as man, 33, dies after being run over 'while walking barefoot and carrying a walking stick' on busy Scottish road

12:30  07 november  2019
12:30  07 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A man has died after being hit by a car in a horror crash in Scotland.

Robert Taylor, 33, was rushed to hospital after being mowed down by a silver Toyota Yaris on the B780 in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire early on Monday morning.

He succumbed to his injuries at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow the next day.

An initial police statement said Taylor had been carrying a walking stick and was found with no shoes.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Robert Taylor, 33, (pictured) was killed after being struck by a Toyota Yaris on the B780 in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire early on Monday morning © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Robert Taylor, 33, (pictured) was killed after being struck by a Toyota Yaris on the B780 in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire early on Monday morning

Taylor had been walking along the road at around 6.20am before being struck by the car around 200 yards east of East Mains Farm.

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He was taken to the hospital where he died on Tuesday.

His family has been informed.

The road B780 was closed for several hours after the accident while officers investigated the scene.

Officers previously appealed for witnesses who may have seen either Mr Taylor or the vehicle before the incident, or anyone with dash-cam footage, to come forward.

Road Policing Sergeant, Craig Beaver said on the day of the crash that the victim 'was wearing black trousers, a blue polo shirt and no shoes. He was also carrying a walking stick.'

A Police Scotland spokesperson told MailOnline it was unclear whether Taylor had been using the walking stick at the time of his death.

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