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Police hunt ‘hit and run’ driver

Police hunt ‘hit and run’ driver

Thursday 23 January 2020

Police hunt ‘hit and run’ driver

Police are seeking the driver of a white car, who hit a teenage boy on a Five Oaks zebra crossing before shouting at him and driving away.

The force said the collision took place on Tuesday 21 January between 15:00 and 16:00 on near the bookmakers Princes Tower Road between the Five Oaks roundabout and Les Cinq Chenes estate.

The teen was taken to A&E as he suffered minor injuries to both legs and his hand.

Police said the driver was male, and that there were three men in the car at the time.


Pictured: The teenager was taken to A&E after the collision. 

Anyone who saw this or has any other information has been asked to contact Police on 01534 612612 or anonymously through Crimestoppers either on 0800 555 111 or via their online form.

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Posted by Jen Ekedahl on
I wonder if after this unfortunate and shocking incident, something will finally be done about this crossing and the speeding on this road. As a local resident I have been in a number of "near misses" whilst crossing the road at the zebra crossing; even when I was pushing a pram. I have also witnessed some near misses with drivers speeding across the zebra crossing as though it isn't there. It is a residential area with schools close by. Do we have to wait until a child is killed before anyone does anything about this? I suggest a crossing that lights up to make it more visible (why couldn't that have been done during one of the recent road closures?) and traffic calming measures. I'm told that calming measures won't be put in place as this would impede the speed of emergency vehicles to the east of the island. Sounds like a lame excuse to me.
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