‘Laughing’ occupants of orange Clio - or possibly a Corsa- flee the scene of A142 in which motorcyclist and passenger injured

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An appeal has begun to find the occupants of an orange Clio – or possibly a Corsa- who sped off from the scene of an accident involving a motorcyclist and his passenger.

The collision happened at around 1.20pm yesterday between Sutton and Witcham Toll on the A142.

A witness said: “I witnessed the accident. The sickening part is the occupants of an orange Clio or could have been a Corsa fled the incident laughing as they sped off in the direction of Sutton/Chatteris.

“They left a motorcyclist and passenger badly injured needing the air ambulance.

“Please if you see a car matching this description hopefully with front end or side damage to contact the police on 101”.


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Another driver reported that “we passed this heading towards Sutton. We couldn’t believe how far the bike was from where the guy was laying.

“Hope they check any CCTV through Sutton and flag up a plate. What is wrong with people?”

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A woman passer by said she stayed and helped a female passenger for over an hour and waited until the ambulance had taken her to hospital.

“This boy in the Orange/Gold Clio needs to be caught,” she said. “I truly hope justice is served.”

A police spokesman said: “We were called at 1.21pm on Sunday with reports of a collision in Ely Road, Sutton, involving an orange Kawasaki motorcycle and a gold Renault Clio.

“It was at the roundabout at Sutton/A142 Witcham Toll.

“Two motorcycle riders suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries, man and woman both in their early 50s. Ambulance and air ambulance attended.”

The spokesman confirmed that the occupants of the Clio failed to stop. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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