Police officers and a teenage girl were seriously hurt in an accident in Norden Road, Maidenhead in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after a silver Ford Focus was involved in a collision with two stationary vehicles, one a marked police car and the other a Toyota Prius at 5.30am.

As a result of the collision two police officers and a girl in her late teens suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries. They remain in hospital.

Three other people have been treated for minor injuries.

Ongoing support is being given to those who were injured and their families.

An investigation is ongoing and two 24-year-old men have both been arrested in connection with this incident. They are in police custody.

Senior investigating officer Sergeant Darren Brown of the Joint Operations Roads Policing Unit based at Three Mile Cross, said: “We are in the early stages of investigating this collision in which members of the public and two police officers have been injured.

“We would ask anyone who has seen a silver Ford Focus travelling along Norden Road, Maidenhead at around 5.30am Sunday morning or may have witnessed this collision to please come forward.

“Additionally if any motorist was passing at the time and has dash cam footage we would also ask them to get in touch.”

If you have information call 101 quoting reference 331 2/9/18 or you can report online via the Thames Valley Police website.