Thames Valley Police appealing for witnesses after girl hit by car in Slough

THAMES Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a crash in Slough, where a six-year-old girl sustained serious injuries.

At around 4pm on Saturday (May 29) a crash took place between a dark coloured Volkswagen Polo and a six-year-old girl in Yew Tree Road, Slough.

Police said the vehicle did stop at the scene.

The girl was taken to hospital with serious injuries, and it currently in a stable condition. She remains in hospital.

No arrests have been made.

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Investigating officer, PC Ricky Eagles of Slough police station, said: “I am appealing for witnesses to this incident, whereby a six-year-old girl sustained these injuries after being in a collision with a dark coloured VW Polo.

“We are working to establish the circumstances of this incident, and no arrests have been made. We are now appealing for the public’s help in seeking information about this incident. I’d specifically like to appeal to any dash-cam users who were in the area to check if their footage captured anything in relation to this.

“Anyone who can assist with this, would be asked to report online, or call 101, quoting reference 43210233474.”

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