TWO moped drivers were treated in hospital after being attacked with a baseball bat by drivers of a car they had collided with.

Police are appealing for witnesses following the incident on the roundabout joining Whitley Wood Lane and Whitely Wood Road, Reading.

At around 11am on Tuesday (October 20) a Fiat Punto and a moped were involved in a collision on the roundabout, causing a crash with another car.

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Following the collision two men got out of the Punto and attacked the two men who had been riding the moped.

It's thought that a baseball bat may have been used during the assault.

All four men made off following the incident.

Two men were later treated at hospital, and one is thought to have suffered a broken leg.

Both men have been discharged from hospital, and the driver of the other car was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

Two 18-year-olds, one from Reading and one from Bracknell, have been arrested on suspicion of GBH with intent.

They have both been bailed until November 17.

A third 18-year-old also from Reading has been arrested on suspicion of GBH with intent. He has been bailed until November 19.

Detective Sergeant Jon Morley, of Reading CID, said: "We are investigating this incident and we have made a number of arrests in connection with it.

"We are asking anyone who may have seen this incident, or may have seen anything in the lead up to or following the incident to please come forward.

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"Additionally this was on a road in broad day light and it’s possible this incident may have been captured on dash-cam.

"We would ask people to please review their dash-cams to see if their footage contains anything that could assist our investigation."

Anyone with information should call 101 or they can report online quoting the reference 43200333469, or if you wish to report 100 per cent anonymously you can so by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.