THE T&A has been sent footage of the shocking moment two cars collided head-on and one of the vehicles drove off in a hit-and-run.

West Yorkshire Police received a report of a collision involving a black Vauxhall Vectra and a silver Nissan Juke today.

It happened on Belgrave Road, in Keighley, at around 8.16am this morning.

A local resident, who wished to remain anonymous, described the road as a popular school-run route and says there have been problems on it in the past.

There are two videos of the crash, which show slightly different angles.

One shows the black Vectra come round the corner where Belgrave Road and Sunny Mount meet. 

The other captures the moment the two vehicles hit each other.

The Vectra comes into the shot from the left of the screen, as the Juke approaches from the right.

Both cars are travelling down the middle of the road as the sides are full with parked cars.

The vehicles then collide with a puff of smoke appearing where they both came into contact.

The Juke is sent backwards by the force of the crash, while the Vectra pulls to a halt with smoke billowing from its bonnet.

The local resident, who witnessed the collision, said the driver of the Vectra then proceeded to move off from the scene, just moments after the crash.

When police officers arrived the Vectra was nowhere to be seen.

They instead found the silver Nissan Juke which was damaged.

The driver was treated for minor injuries at the scene.

Enquiries led to the recovery of a black Vauxhall Vectra a short distance away by police officers.

The local resident said people speed up and down the road all day long.

They added: “The speed bumps do not deter this from happening.

“Residents feel that the corners are too tight and blind, therefore deep speed bumps should be put before the corners and on the road so that cars slow down.

“This is a popular road for school runs and we do not want children to be involved in car accidents.”

Police are continuing to investigate the collision.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or using the contact options on the West Yorkshire Police website.

You should quote log number: 288 of September 21.