Police have confirmed that a cabin crew worker Cinzia Ceravolo was struck by a car near Liverpool John Lennon Airport and has died.
Thirty-six-year-old Cinzia Ceravolo, On Monday Ford Focus, hit her at about 23:45 BST, due to which Cabin crew worker suffered from severe head injuries.
Soon after the incident, Ceravolo has rushed to the nearby hospital. She was treated in hospital for her severe head injuries but died on Friday, Merseyside Police said.
Following reports of the collision, emergency services were called to Hale Road at the John Lennon Airport access road junction.
A thirty-year-old man arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and drug driving has been released under investigation.
Ryanair employed Thirty-six-year-old cabin crew worker Cinzia Ceravolo. She returned to Liverpool from a Dublin flight after two working days.
Police clarified that the victim was an Italian national and had been based in South of Liverpool for the last five years due to her work.
“This was a tragic incident, and our thoughts are with Cinzia’s family in a difficult time,” said Det Sgt Paul Evan from Merseyside Police.
In addition, Det Sgt Paul Evan from Merseyside Police said, “Anyone who believes they witnessed anything, or has dashcam footage and hasn’t already come forward, is asked to get in touch as a matter of urgency.
Enquiries continue, and Police officers are keen to speak to anyone who saw the incident or captured anything on dashcam, CCTV cameras or other devices.