Police are investigating a traffic incident which saw a man struck by a car in Singleton on Wednesday night.
It’s understood a man was pushing a white Mazda ute north along Mandurah Road, several metres south of the Coles Express petrol station, when he was struck about 8:15pm.
Investigators said a Toyota Camry sedan was travelling in the same direction, behind the Mazda, before it collided with the ute and the man pushing it.
Police closed Mandurah Road northbound as investigators probed the scene.
Drivers were advised to use the Kwinana Freeway as a detour.
Mandurah Road has since reopened.
The 38-year-old man susutained serious injuries and was taken to Royal Perth Hospital by St John Ambulance.
The driver of the Toyota Camry, a woman in her 20s, walked away with minor injuries.
Police have urged anyone with information regarding this crash, or who saw either of the vehicles involved prior to the crash, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report the information online at http://www.crimestopperswa.com.au.
Breaking: Its understood a man pushing a 4WD along Mandurah Road in Singleton has been seriously injured after he was struck by a sedan about 8:30pm. Police closed the road for several hours. Investigations are underway. #perthnews #wanews pic.twitter.com/urVfd0bRYg— Tex Reeks (@texreeks) March 18, 2020