Two mobility scooter drivers injured in road collisions in Fakenham

Police are investigating two separate incidents which have occurred within six days where mobility scooter drivers have been injured in road traffic collisions in Fakenham.

The most recent was at around 1.20pm yesterday on Holt Road, near the roundabout with Queen's Road when a scooter collided with a silver Citreon C5.

The scooter driver was treated at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn for cracked ribs, a fractured shoulder and laceration to the head and he is now back at home.

Anyone with information about this should contact sergeant Matthew Price on the non-emergency number 101.

At approximately 4pm on Wednesday last week, a mobility scooter travelling along Norwich Road towards White Horse Street when close to the mini roundabout junction it was in collision with a blue lorry.

Several members of the public stopped to help the elderly male driver of the scooter who received minor injuries.

PC Nick Smith would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or has information about it.

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He would particularly like to hear from those people who offered assistance to the elderly man. PC Smith can be contacted on the non-emergency number 101.

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