A moped rider has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a nighttime collision with a car on Epsom High Street. Surrey Police said officers were called to the incident around 12:40pm on Sunday (Aug. 14) which took place on the stretch of road between the intersection for Waterloo Road and Ashley Road, and the intersection for Church Street and East Street.
Police have described the incident as an “inability to stop the collision” and say they found the car they believe was involved. However, they are looking for two other vehicles that can help them in their investigation. Epsom High Street remained closed for several hours while an investigation was conducted on the spot.Read:John Curtice: ‘Charles has become king with support for monarchy at new low’
Sergeant Ben Grilli said: “We would like to rely on information about two other cars reportedly seen in the area at the time, which we believe may assist in our investigations. The vehicles have been described as a gray Mini and a black one. Audi Q5. If anyone in the area has seen cars that match these descriptions, or has information, please contact us.”
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Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have dashcam footage is requested to contact police quoting reference number PR/P22170621. You can contact us by calling 101 or via the police website. Alternatively, anyone wishing to remain anonymous can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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