Witness appeal following fail to stop collision in Staines
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We are appealing for witnesses following a collision in Staines, whereby the driver failed to stop at the scene.
Officers were called to Wraysbury Road in Staines, close to Lammas Recreation Ground shortly before 6pm today (9 June) following reports of a collision involving a car and a cyclist. The driver of the blue Chrysler failed to stop at the scene. Shortly after, officers recovered an abandoned vehicle on Moore Lane which is believed to be connected. A 41 year-old man from Bracknell has been arrested in connection with this investigation and is currently in custody. The cyclist has been taken to hospital with potentially life threatening injuries.
Wraysbury Road remains closed whilst emergency services are at the scene.
Sergeant Jane Lynskey from Surrey Police’s Roads Policing Unit said “We are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed anything to contact us with further information. It is believed that the blue Chrysler travelled off of Junction 13 of the M25 to travel towards Staines and was overtaking a number of vehicles prior to the collision.
“If you witnessed this or have any further information or dashcam footage, please get in contact.”
If you can help, please contact us quoting crime reference number PR/ 45210060213 via
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