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Police release CCTV video after a boy and man are injured in a fail to stop collision in Mill End Road, High Wycombe

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Thames Valley Police have released CCTV footage of a collision in Mill End Road, High Wycombe in which a 9 year old boy and a man were injured.

Warning – The video (below) contains distressing scenes showing the collision which may cause upset to some readers.

On Thursday 11th April 2019, at 10.00pm, a 30 year old man and his nine year old son were crossing Mill End Road in High Wycombe when they were hit by a red Toyota Prius which was travelling on the wrong side of the road.

Both the 30 year old man and the 9 year old buy suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital, they have since been discharged.

The vehicle involved in the collision did not stop at the scene and officers from Thames Valley Police are now working to identify who was driving it.

Investigating officer, Sergeant Dominic Mahon, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit at Bicester Howes Lane station, said: ‘We are issuing this CCTV footage as part of a two week anniversary re-appeal for information.

We would appeal for anyone who has information regarding this shocking incident to come forward and speak to police.

We are releasing this footage in the hope that it could jog someone’s memory who was in or near the area at the time of this incident, who could have potentially valuable information for this investigation or who may know the driver of this car.

We would also appeal to anyone who may think that they recognise the car involved, a red Toyota Prius. If someone saw one which had front end damage and a missing driver’s side wing mirror, or if somebody repaired one recently.

I would also like to re-appeal for any motorists who may have had dash-cam footage of the incident to get in touch with us. Any amount of information would be helpful to our investigation.

Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone with information relating to this incident to please call 101 and quote 43190110455. Alternatively you can call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 for 100% anonymity.

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