Hunt for two drivers who left crash scene after motorcyclist is seriously injured
A daughter has issued an urgent appeal for help after her dad was seriously injured in a hit and run crash at Emneth on Thursday evening.
Posting on Facebook the daughter, who lives abroad, said her dad suffered broken legs, arm, shoulder and ribs among other injuries in the collision.
She said: "He is lucky to be alive. The vehicle dragged his bike for about 200 yards under the vehicle. If anyone knows anyone with a front end or underside damaged 4x4 contact Norfolk Police ASAP.."
She added: "It's hard living in a different country."
A spokesman for Norfolk Police confirmed they were investigating the incident which happened at around 5.13pm on Church Road and involved three vehicles. The victim's motorcycle, a silver pick-up truck and a red mini - both of which left the scene.
She said: "We were called to Church Road, Emneth at 5.13pm on thursday (6). Ambulance also attended. The initial report was of a motorcyclist being injured in a three vehicle collision. He suffered serious but not life-threatening or changing injuries.
"A silver coloured pick-up truck and a red Mini were also involved but neither vehicle stopped at the scene. The last known direction of travel for them was towards Elm. We would appeal for any information to help trace the drivers of the other vehicles involved or if anyone has any dash cam footage to contact Norfolk Police on 101 quoting incident 358 of June 6."