Man charged after fleeing the scene following collision at Gorefield

11:24 26 August 2014

Police hunt driver of this car which crashed in Gorefield

Police hunt driver of this car which crashed in Gorefield

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A driver who crashed this car near Wisbech and fled has been arrested following a police appeal.

Police hunt for driver who fled car that crashed in GorefieldPolice hunt for driver who fled car that crashed in Gorefield

The collision happened in High Road, Gorefield, on Friday night when police came across this VW Golf which had hit a tree.

On their Facebook page, Wisbech Police launched an appeal for witnesses to the incident and reported that the driver had “made off from the scene”.

A police spokesman said today: “We have interviewed a man about the crash and he’s been reported for driving without due care and attention.

“He’s also been reported for leaving the scene of a collision.”

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