Berkshire

Thames Valley Police officer's leg amputated after Maidenhead crash

PC Tom Dorman Image copyright Thames Valley Police
Image caption PC Tom Dorman said "members of the public who were at the scene" helped save his life

A police officer has had his leg amputated after his marked car was hit during a crash.

A second officer and a teenage girl were also injured in the crash on Norden Road in Maidenhead, Berkshire, on 2 September at about 05:30 BST.

PC Tom Dorman, 26, said "members of the public who were at the scene" helped save his life.

The marked car and another vehicle were stationary when struck by a silver Ford Focus, Thames Valley Police said.

A teenage girl remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

Two 24-year-old men from Maidenhead arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving have been released under investigation.

The force has appealed for witnesses.

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