Appeal for witnesses after man injured in hit and run
A TELECOMMUNICATIONS worker is in hospital after suffering serious injuries in a hit and run crash in Finchampstead.
Now, Thames Valley Police has launched an appeal for witnesses to come forward.
The incident took place around 1.15pm on Monday, October 29 on the A327 Reading Road near its junction with New Mill Road.
Police said that a white Ford Transit van was involved in a collision with a white Citroen Berlingo van and a Ford Mondeo car, before colliding with a 49-yearold who was working on a communications box at the side of the road.
The man sustained serious leg injuries and was taken to hospital.
The drivers of the Citroen and Ford Mondeo required hospital treatment for minor injuries.
The occupants of the Ford Transit, three white men, then fled the scene on foot in the direction of New Mill Road.
The vehicle was left at the scene.
Investigating officer PC Jennifer Laurie, of the Joint Operations Unit for Roads Policing, said: “The white Ford Transit van was seen before the collision travelling in Park Lane, Finchampstead.
“I would like to speak to anyone with CCTV in the area or who has dash-cam footage who could provide vital information to our ongoing investigation.”
Anyone with any information should contact the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting the reference ‘43180330417’.
Police are appealing for the public to help them trace three men following a hit and run on the A327 Reading Road