Who wasRachael Louise Moore? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Cause of Death

Rachael Louise Moore Wiki – Rachael Louise Moore Biography

Merseyside Police said they were called on reports of a collision involving a pedestrian and a marked police car on Sheil Road in the town at around 8:10pm. Ms. Moore was confirmed dead at the scene. Paying tribute, her family released a statement saying: “Rachael Louise Moore, 22, beloved daughter of Alison and Ian, sister of Ben and much loved granddaughter of Nana Sue. Partner of Jack and loving friend to many.

“She will be greatly missed by all whose lives she touched. The family requests that her privacy be respected at this devastating time.” Police are urging witnesses or anyone with information to come forward. The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is also investigating.

Rachael Louise Moore Age

Rachael Louise Moore was 22 years old.

Rachael Louise Moore  Cause of Death

Detective SergeaCause of Deathnt Kurt Timpson, from the force’s MATRIX serious collision investigation unit, said: “Following Rachael’s death, we are providing assistance to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) who have launched an investigation into the circumstances that surrounded this incident.

“Our deepest thoughts and condolences go out to Rachael’s family, who have been devastated by this tragic incident. Specially trained Family Liaison Officers are supporting them at this time.”
“I would like to appeal to anyone who has witnessed this incident to contact us while we try to piece together the circumstances. I would also like to ask anyone with CCTV, dashcam or smart doorbell video to help us get on Contact.

“As is standard procedure, the incident has been referred to the IOPC. The family requests that their privacy be respected at this time.” Ms Moore’s death came a day after the death of a 53-year-old woman in Oldham, Greater Manchester, who was struck by a police car that had been involved in a chase.

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