A PORSCHE driver has been found guilty of injuring a woman and young boy in a crash.

Yu Yung, 25, of Canary Wharf, East London, was due to appear at Oxford Crown Court on Monday (April 8) charged with two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving in Bicester.

However, it is believed that the young driver has ‘voluntarily absconded’ and it was agreed that the trial would go ahead in her absence.

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She was found guilty by the jury on Tuesday afternoon (April 9).

During the trial, it was heard the incident occurred on December 27, 2022, on the A41 between Westcott Venture Park and Waddesdon at about 2.10pm while Yung was driving to Bicester Village shopping centre.

Yung, who driving a red Porsche, was driving behind her friend in a Mercedes.

The pair were driving in separate cars as they were heading to different places after shopping, Yung had told police.

It is the prosecution’s case that the duo were ‘racing’ as the Mercedes driver had overtaken a car, swiftly followed by Yung.

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But Yung told the police she thought she had ‘enough time and space to overtake. However, her vehicle crash into a white Suzuki S-Cross.

 A woman and a young boy were seriously injured after a crash on the A41.

No sentencing date has been set due to Yung absconding.