First picture of Cumbernauld pedestrian who died after being knocked down

William Henderson
-Credit: (Image: Police Scotland)


A Cumbernauld man who lost his life after being knocked down has been pictured for the first time by Police Scotland.

Emergency services rushed to Greenfaulds Road at around 8.10am on Sunday (May 26) after they received reports of a road crash involving a pedestrian and a black Citroen C4.

William Henderson was blue-lighted to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. Sadly the 49-year-old lost his life despite medical staff's best efforts.

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The driver of the Citroen was uninjured.

Sergeant Chris McColm of Lanarkshire Road Policing said: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Mr Henderson at what is a very difficult time.

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“We would reappeal to anyone who saw what happened or who stopped to assist at the scene. I would also be keen to speak to anyone with dash-cam footage as it may hold information that is relevant to our investigation.

“Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 1067 of Sunday, 26 May, 2024.”

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