A man has been charged with a range of driving offences after allegedly colliding with a pedestrian.

Joseph Wangige of Courts Road, Earley was charged today (May 11) after a male pedestrian suffered serious injuries on Cemetery Junction on November 26.

He died three days later after falling unconscious.

Wangige was initially arrested on the day of the incident and he is due to appear at Reading Magistrates' Court on June 8 after being granted bail.

The 44-year-old is charged with failing to stop at scene of a collision, failure to report a collision, not having a MOT and using a motor vehicle/trailer with equipment likely to cause danger of injury.

A spokesman for Thames Valley Police added: "The charges relate to an incident on November 26 at 1.46am at Cemetery Junction, Reading when a vehicle collided with a pedestrian attempting to cross the road. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop at the scene.

"The male pedestrian suffered serious injuries, which sadly resulted in his death three days later having never regained consciousness."