THE family of a man left with life-changing injuries after a crash on Black Dam roundabout are asking witnesses to check their dash cam footage.

Two vehicles were involved in the collision just after 8.15am last Tuesday (June 1), which saw a car overturn and left one man with “life changing injuries”.

The driver, 70-year-old Norman Hogg, cannot remember the incident after suffering from two bleeds on the brain and a broken shoulder.

His family are now appealing to the public to share their dash cam footage, to help them understand what caused the crash.

Normans step-granddaughter Aimee Merritt wrote: “On Tuesday 1st June around 8:15am, Nan's partner Norman was involved in a serious accident at Black Dam roundabout which from the impact made his car roll and flip.

“This is the serious result of the crash and thank God he survived (which doctors have no idea how!!) He had two bleeds on the brain from the crash, he broke his shoulder and doesn't remember a thing that happened.

“Does anyone have ANY dashcam footage that you can send me please? My family and I just want to know how the crash was caused so any footage will help us in any way.

“Norman is very lucky to be with us still but after the impact he doesn't remember a thing that happened. So any help will be appreciated.”

Aimee added that Norman is recovering at home “surprisingly well” and despite feeling achy and tired “he's alive and kicking”.

Anyone with information should contact Sue Parsons, Keith Hogg or Aimee Merritt.