POLICE are re-appealing for information, following the death of a pedestrian in Tullibody last week.

Alan McLean knocked down by a white Seat Leon near the Scotmid store on Alloa Road at around 8pm on Thursday evening.

The 56-year-old sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to hospital.

However, police confirmed that the Tullibody man had passed away on Friday.

The area was sealed off for hours as officers began their investigation.

Dozens of emergency services personnel attended the scene with the air ambulance landing in the ground of the Masonic Lodge nearby.

One eyewitness at the scene told the Advertiser: "The emergency services seemed to arrive very quickly. It was some response time; they were on the ball and all working together.

"They did a good job of cordoning off the area to secure it. Some members of the public, too, were helping to divert traffic through other streets to avoid the accident."

Enquiries are continuing into the circumstances of the incident and Sergeant Ruth Aitchison, of the road policing unit in Stirling, is re-appealing to anyone with information that may assist the investigation to come forward.

She would also like to speak to any motorists who have dash-cam, or those who were travelling on that road at the time, as they may hold important information that will help their inquiries.

Sgt Aitchison said last week: “We are appealing for anyone who was in the area at the time of the collision and has not yet spoken to us to come forward.

"In particular, we are asking motorists to check their dash-cam footage. The collision happened near the Scotmid store so there may have been a number of vehicles around at the time.

“Anyone who can help should call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident 3331 of October 3.”