Police are re-appealing for information after it was confirmed a 64-year-old who was struck by a car in Paisley on Thursday has died. 

The Bulgarian man, who has been named as Emanuil Paunov Asparhov, was crossing the northbound carriageway of Gallow Green Road, near to its junctions with Maxwellton Street and Broomlands Street, when he was struck by a Vauxhall Mokka being driven by a 50-year-old woman. 

Emergency services rushed to the scene and remained there for five hours as a silver 4x4 vehicle was taken away on a tow truck. 

The injured man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital but sadly, he passed away this morning. 

Officers are continuing enquiries into establishing the circumstances of the crash and are appealing for the occupants of a dark coloured car that stopped to assist at the incident to contact them.

Sergeant Andy Mair said: “We know from enquiries carried out so far, a dark coloured car stopped and the male driver got out to assist at the incident, however he left before police arrived. 

"I am appealing for this driver and any occupants of the car to contact us as they could have vital information. We are also appealing for any dash cam footage as it may have captured images which could assist us in our investigation."

Anyone with any information or footage is asked to call Road Policing Officers at Helen Street Police Station via 101 quoting reference number 3077.