A witness appeal has been launched by Thames Valley Police following a road traffic collision in Wooburn Green on 2nd September 2014.
At around 11.00pm a 78-year-old man was crossing the road in Town Lane at the zebra crossing near to the junction with Brookfield Road.
A vehicle travelling from the direction of Wooburn Green towards Bourne End was in collision with the pedestrian, the pedestrian was knocked to the ground.
The driver of the vehicle stopped to help the victim up but did not pass on his details and he then left the scene.
Officers are appealing for the driver of the vehicle to contact them.
The pedestrian made his way home and was later admitted to Wexham Park Hospital where he remains for treatment to an arm injury.
The driver of the vehicle which was in collision with the pedestrian was white and described as young. He was driving a black ‘sporty’ vehicle.
A second person is also thought to have stopped after the collision to help. He was driving a grey or silver vehicle.
PC Sarah Phillips from Roads Policing said: ‘I would like to speak to the driver of the car which was in collision with the pedestrian and also with the driver of the second vehicle who stopped at the scene shortly after the incident.
The vehicle which was in collision with the pedestrian appears to have left skid marks at the scene which would have caused some noise and may have been heard by nearby residents. I would ask anyone who saw or heard anything in the area at around the time of the collision to contact me via the 101 number.‘
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
Further information can be found on the Thames Valley Police website.