Road safety man guilty of crashing into police in Maidenhead

Road safety man guilty of crashing into police in Maidenhead

A man has been convicted of crashing into two police officers leaving one of them needing to have his leg amputated.

Hayden Brown was found guilty of three counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Reading Crown Court heard PC Thomas Dorman and PC Wai-man Lam were “thrown into the air like ragdolls” when Brown drove into them.

The crash also flung a passenger out of the car in Maidenhead and pinned her underneath it.

Michael Roques, prosecuting, said Brown, of Suffolk Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, had been driving a group of people from a party to buy more alcohol and nitrous oxide balloons.

The 25-year-old road safety technician crashed into the officers in Norden Road on 2 September.


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