A fresh appeal has been launched after two police officers and a teenager suffered serious injuries, including a leg amputation, following a crash in Maidenhead earlier this month.

A silver Ford Focus was involved in a crash with two stationary vehicles in Norden Road at around 5.30pm on September 2.

One of the vehicles was a marked police car and the other was a Toyota Prius.

As a result of the crash, two police officers and a teenage girl suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital.

One of the officers, PC Tom Dorman, 26, suffered a serious leg injury and has had to have an amputation below the knee.

The other officer, PC Lam, sustained suffered bruises, cuts, grazes and swelling, and suffered from shock, following the incident.

The teenage girl remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition. Both officers are based at Maidenhead Police Station and are being supported by Thames Valley Police.

Two 24-year-old men from Maidenhead were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and have been released under investigation.

PC Dorman said: “I would like to thank my colleagues, the emergency services and members of the public who were at the scene.

“Their actions have helped to save my life, and I will always be incredibly grateful for their efforts.

“I suffered a very serious injury and I am still recovering from this. However, without their work and support, the situation would have been very different.”

Senior investigating officer, Sergeant Darren Brown of the Joint Operations Unit for Roads Policing, based at Three Mile Cross, said: “This incident has left three people with serious injuries.

“One of whom, a police officer who was on duty at the time, has had a leg amputation as a result. My thoughts remain with everyone who suffered as a result of the incident, as well as their friends and families.

“If anyone witnessed this incident, or has any information relating to it, I would like to hear from you.”

Anyone with information is being urged to call 101.