Appeal for dashcam footage following collision on A21 at Whatlington
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Officers investigating a serious collision on the A21 at Whatlington are appealing for anyone driving in the area with relevant dashcam footage to come forward.
Police responded to a report of a collision between a grey Range Rover and a motorcycle shortly before 4pm on Saturday, December 4.
It happened on the A21 between the Johns Cross roundabout and the junction with Stream Lane, Whatlington.
The motorcyclist, a 73-year-old man from Tunbridge Wells, suffered serious injuries and remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Sergeant Stacey Ellott from the Roads Policing Unit (RPU) is appealing for any motorists who may have been driving in the area between 3.45pm and 4.15pm to come forward.
She said: “We want anyone who may have been travelling between the A21 between the Johns Cross roundabout and Stream Lane to come forward.
“Any motorists travelling between Beech Farm Road, Hurst Lane and Bredes Lane, Sedlescombe, at those times are also urged to come forward with any footage or information.
“We are keen to hear if anyone saw a grey Range Rover being driven in those areas between those times.
“Officers have conducted house-to-house enquiries, but we also want anyone who lives in the above areas that may have doorbell or CCTV footage that captures passing vehicles to come forward if they have not yet been spoken to by police.”
Anyone with information is asked to email: [email protected] and quote serial 806 of 04/12.