Man arrested in connection with three-year-old’s death re-bailed

PUBLISHED: 14:04 02 September 2011

Flowers left at the scene of a fatal traffic collision on Kneesworth Street in Royston.

Flowers left at the scene of a fatal traffic collision on Kneesworth Street in Royston.

Daniel Wilson

The 57-year-old man arrested in connection with a road collision which claimed the life of a toddler has today (Friday) been re-bailed for the second time.

Frances Chin, 3, was struck by a red Mazda on Kneesworth Street on Sunday May 29 and later died of her injuries in Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.

The man will return to Stevenage Police Station on October 7.

He had previously been re-bailed from July 19 until today (September 2).

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