Man, 50, dies from serious head injury after falling off e-scooter

Man, 50, dies from serious head injury after falling off e-scooter while riding around Stevenage estate at 11pm

  • The man suffered major injuries after falling off an e-scooter on September 24
  • He was rushed to hospital following the incident at 11pm in Stevenage 
  • Hertfordshire Police today confirmed that the man, who was in his 50s, has died
  • They are appealing for witnesses to come forward with any video they have 

A man in his 50s has died from his injuries after coming off an e-scooter in Stevenage.

He was taken to hospital by ambulance with a life-threatening head injury following the crash on Friday, September 24 at around 11pm. 

The victim was rushed to hospital by East of England Ambulance Service where he died two days later. 

Hertfordshire Police are appealing for information from anyone who may have witnessed the incident which claimed the life of a man in his 50s after he crashed his e-scooter on the junction of Broadwater Crescent and Woodland Way in Stevenage

Investigating officers would also like to speak to people of provided assistance to the victim shortly after the incident

Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen the incident which took place on the junction of Broadwater Crescent and Woodland Way. 

Sergeant Sam Cordingley, of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit, said: ‘Our thoughts are with the family of the man who has sadly died in this incident.

‘We are looking to establish the circumstances surrounding this collision and would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed it or had seen, or even have dash cam footage, of the man on the e-scooter in the lead up to the incident in the Broadwater Crescent area.

‘It is believed that no other vehicle was involved in the incident.

‘In addition, we know several people stopped to assist after the collision and we would like to trace them.’  

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the investigating officer directly.   

‘If you are able to help, the officer in the case can be contacted directly via email at [email protected]

‘You can also report information online at, speak to an operator in our Force Communications Room via our online web chat at or call the non-emergency number 101 quoting Op Sertoli.’

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