Police officers have launched an appeal after two men were seeing running away from a crash that left a Mini Cooper upside down.
The emergency services were called to Victoria Street in Chesterton shortly before 6.40pm yesterday (June 11) after a crash.
A woman – who was driving the Mini Cooper – received minor injuries but did not require hospital treatment.
Police officers have now launched an appeal to find two men who were believed to be inside a white Seat Leon.
A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: “We were informed of a two-car collision in Victoria Street, Chesterton, at about 6.40pm yesterday (Thursday 10 June) that left one vehicle on its roof.
“A white Seat Leon and a silver Mini Cooper had been involved in the collision and West Midlands Ambulance Service and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service were informed.
“The driver of the Mini Cooper was at the scene but the occupants of the Seat Leon had fled and witnesses described seeing two men running towards Apedale Road.
“While the vehicles were recovered, the council’s highways were informed as glass and oil needed to be cleared from the road.”
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service confirmed two pumps were sent to the scene.
A spokesman added: “The female driver of one of the vehicles was being attended to by West Midlands Ambulance crews and the teams from Longton had to make safe one of the cars which had overturned.
“The occupants of the second vehicle had absconded.
“The overturned vehicle was made safe by 7.10pm.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or by calling 101 quoting incident 564 of June 10. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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