Cyclist still in hospital with broken back

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POLICE are searching for the driver of a small gold-coloured car involved in a collision which left a cyclist with a broken back.

The 61-year-old cyclist suffered crushed vertebrae in the collision, which happened at the junction of Station Road and Chapel Street in Petersfield.

The hatchback driver did not stop at the scene of the collision at about 10.45am on September 29.

The cyclist remains at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham undergoing treatment.

PC Keith Tizard, from Alton police station, said: ‘I would like to speak to the driver of the car that was involved in this collision or anyone who may know who the driver is.

‘I would like to remind road users to please remember to look out for other cars, cyclists, pedestrians and vehicles.’

Anyone with information should call police on 101.