Over £30,000 has been raised for the man injured in a crash in Putney last month.

As the Wandsworth Times reported, the crash happened near the junction of Putney High Street and Upper Richmond Road in the early hours of August 24.

A car that failed to stop for police was being pursued and crashed with a moped in the area, injuring the rider.

The man reportedly injured in the crash was H, who works as a doorman at Annabels, a London club according to his "friends and colleagues" who helped set up the fundraiser.

In a remarkable display of support for H, the GoFundMe page set up for him after the crash raised over £20,000 in the first 48 hours of its launch.

And the enthusiasm has not let up yet. The total on September 22 was recorded at £34,598.

"H is a well-loved longstanding member of the team at Annabel’s, the epitome of a gentle giant with a dry sense of humour and the warmest of smiles. He is a dedicated family man and supports his wife Ana, Son Renato, and daughter Antonella. Before the new Annabel’s, H worked at Empire Casino and Christian Dior," friend and organiser Henry Lukas said on the GoFundMe page.

"H’s life has been permanently changed and we hope this fund can, in a small way, help give him some time to adjust and provide some support. Please give what you can and share this page, your support is really appreciated. Thank you."

The Directorate of Professional Standards and Independent Office for Police Conduct were informed after the crash. 

Click here to view the fundraiser.