Two injured after car rams into garden wall
Two people have reportedly been injured after a car rammed into a garden wall at speed with the intent to harm.
Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after the incident took place on St Deny Close in South Killingholme, North Lincolnshire (near Immingham) on Saturday 15 January.
The incident began with an altercation involving three men and a woman and resulted in the police being called at around 6:00pm.
A silver vehicle then reportedly drove at speed in the direction of one of the men and the woman before it left the scene.
It was shortly followed by another vehicle, a grey Saab, which targeted the pair again after they ran for cover in a garden.
The car proceeded to ram into the garden wall, leaving the two victims injured.
The victims were treated at a nearby hospital for their minor injuries.
Two men have since been arrested on suspicion of affray but were released under investigation.
The police are now appealing for witnesses in the hopes that the right people can be brought to justice.
A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: “We are appealing for witnesses following an incident on St Denys Close, South Killingholme on Saturday 15 January.
“Officers were called to a disturbance at an address at approximately 6:00pm following reports an altercation had taken place between three men and a woman.
“Shortly after, a vehicle described as silver is believed to have driven at speed in the direction of one of the men and woman before fleeing scene.
“The man and woman entered the garden of a property and a second vehicle, a grey Saab is then reported to have left the road at speed and collide with the garden wall subsequently injuring the two victims.”
If anybody has any information or CCTV/dashcam footage of the silver car, please call 101 and quote incident number 16/15021/22 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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