Suspect charged nine months after A34 hit-and-run crash

By Annabal Bagdi | Great Barr | Crime | Published: | Last Updated:

A hit-and-run suspect has appeared in court nine months after a crash which injured a mother and her newborn baby.

The A34 Walsall Road near the junction with Beeches Road. Photo: Google

Andrew Rose was remanded in custody when he appeared before Birmingham magistrates on Wednesday.

The 33-year-old is charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving, grievous bodily harm and driving without a licence or insurance.

The charges relate to a collision on the A34 Walsall Road, Great Barr, on September 23 last year.

A 28-year-old woman was pushing her four-day-old baby in a pram across the dual carriageway near Beeches Road when they were hit by a car.

The mother was left with a serious head injury and multiple fractures and had to spend several days in hospital.

Rose, of Trinity Road, Aston, was arrested on Sunday at an address in Walsall.

He is due before Birmingham Crown Court on August 22.

Annabal Bagdi

By Annabal Bagdi

Senior reporter based at head office in Wolverhampton. Get in touch on 01902 319 229 or at

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