Inquest opens into death of man who walked on M61 motorway

This Is Lancashire: Inquest opens into death of man who walked on M61 motorway Inquest opens into death of man who walked on M61 motorway

AN inquest has opened into the death of a pedestrian killed while walking on the motorway.

Gary Wood, aged 30, died after being struck by a Skoda Octavia on the M61 between Rivington North Services and junction six at about 11.20pm on Saturday, March 29.

He had been at a Tinie Tempah concert at the O2 Apollo in Manchester earlier that night. Police are trying to trace a woman seen talking to him outside the concert in the smoking area about an hour before he was killed.

It is not known why Mr Wood, from Blackburn, was walking on the motorway. An inquest into his death was opened and adjourned at Bolton Coroners Court on Monday.

People with information about how Mr Wood came to be on the motorway or with information about his final movements are asked to call police on 0161 8564741.

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