Lorry driver wanted after motorway hit and run
A hit and run lorry driver is being sought by police after clipping a car and causing it to spin into the motorway central reservation.
The smash happened between the Tewkesbury and Cheltenham junctions on the southbound M5 on Saturday, August 10 at 4.15am.
None of the family inside the blue Renault Laguna, hit between junctions nine and 10 of the motorway, were injured in the crash.
Gloucestershire Police are hunting for the driver of the lorry, who failed to stop.
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Constabulary spokesman, Chris Jackson said: “While the family inside were shaken up the car only had cosmetic damage and they were able to continue on their way to a holiday in Cornwall.
“Police would like to speak to the driver of what is described as a large lorry.”
The driver or anyone with information should ring 101, quoting incident 98 of August 23.