POLICE have provided an update after a man suffered serious injuries on a major Bradford Road.

West Yorkshire Police was called to a report of a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian on Leeds Road, at 1.20pm on Saturday.

It was near the road's junction with Seymour Street.

Officers were deployed to the location and a man - who police have now told the Telegraph & Argus is in his 40s - was treated at the scene for serious injuries before being rushed to hospital.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said on Saturday that "it was reported that the vehicle involved failed to stop" following the crash.

A man was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injuries through dangerous driving.

In an update provided today, the force said the man had been interviewed and released on bail.

A spokesperson for the force also said the pedestrian's injuries have been confirmed as "not life-threatening or life-changing".

Michal Kaniowski witnessed the crash and said he was in shock at first, before running across the street to help the pedestrian on Saturday.

He said: "In such moments, rational thinking shuts down, and the instinct to act kicks in to quickly assess injuries and figure out how to help."

Road closures were put in place between Seymour Street and Birksland Street on Leeds Road for most of Saturday afternoon.

The 608, 72, and X6 First Bus services which usually run on the road, connecting Leeds and Bradford, were diverted.