Fresh appeal over Selston crash which killed woman driver

Police have launched a fresh appeal to trace a motorist believed to have been travelling in convoy with a Subaru that crashed in Selston.

Vicki Margaret Dorman (42), of Underwood, was driving a blue Subaru Impreza when it left the B6016 Langton Hollow, at Selston, and collided with a tree around 9pm on Saturday 24th September. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

A 35-year-old man, who was a passenger in the Subaru, sustained serious head and arm injuries. He was taken to hospital and has since been released and continues to recover.

Despite several appeals for the driver of the other vehicle, which is now know to be a small car with slim tyres, to come forward, they have still not contacted detectives.

Both the Subaru and the other vehicle were travelling from Selston towards Jacksdale.

DS Ged Hazelwood, of the Crash Investigation Unit, said: “We urgently need to speak to the driver of the other vehicle travelling in convoy with the blue Subaru. At the moment there is every possibility that the driver concerned is quite simply a key witness who should not be concerned regarding coming forward.

“Our forensic enquiries are ongoing to identify the vehicle and trace whoever was driving, and if they have not come forward before we knock at their door, there will be a number of questions for them to answer.”

Anyone with any information should contact Nottinghamshire Police’s Crash Investigation Unit on 0300 300 9999 ext 800 2227. Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.