A man is due to appear in court to face allegations that he deliberately ran over two police officers in Manchester, leaving one with a fractured skull and bleeding to the brain.
The officers were injured during a routine stop in Harpurhey on Sunday night when they pulled over a vehicle for speeding in Rochdale Road.
When the officers got out to approach the car it reversed and hit them before the driver sped off.
Wayne Crompton, 36, will appear at Manchester Magistrates Court charged with two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent, dangerous driving, aggravated vehicle taking without consent, driving while disqualified and and driving with no insurance.
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