A MAN was seriously injured during a crash in Hook when a HGV driver failed to stop at the scene.

The crash, involving a green Kia Picanto and a HGV with a trailer, happened at 5.30pm on Tuesday, May 14 on the B3349 between Heckfield Heath and Riseley.

The driver of the Kia, a 53-year-old man, suffered serious injuries.

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Police said the driver of the HGV failed to stop at the scene.

Officers are now appealing for information following the hit and run and would like to speak to any witnesses who were travelling in the area at the time who can help identify the make, model or any identifiable features of the HGV.

Debris from the trailer being towed by the HGV was left at the scene.

A statement from Hampshire Constabulary said: “Have you seen a trailer in the area with damage to its bumper and rear light?

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“We would also like to speak to anyone who was driving on the B3349 at the time of the collision who may have recorded footage on their dashcam of the collision or the vehicles involved before or after.”

Anyone with information should contact police online or on 101 quoting 44240202193.