Man dies on A3 after collision with van

A man in his twenties has died after a collision with a van on the A3 near Thursley in Surrey.

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TRAVEL - ROADS: SURREY A3 southbound reopened after fatal collision

The road has now been reopened in both directions

The A3 southbound has now also been reopened after a fatal collision between a pedestrian and a van in the early hours of this morning. The A3 was initially shut in both directions at Thursley for investigations to take place. Diversions have been lifted.

There is queueing traffic on the A3 Milford Bypass Southbound from A283 / B3001 Elstead Road (Milford) to Old Portsmouth Road (Thursley). There is also congestion on the A3 to the Hurtmore Turn Off. All lanes have been re-opened.

TRAVEL - ROADS: SURREY A3 northbound reopened after collision at Thursley

The accident happened at Thursley on the A3 southbound

The A3 Hindhead Tunnel and Milford Bypass Northbound have been re-opened after earlier accident investigation work on the stretch from the A333 Portsmouth Road / Hazel Grove (Hindhead) to the A283 / B3001 Elstead Road (Milford).

The accident happened at about 4am on the Thursley side of the Southern Milford junction. The A3 southbound away from Guildford heading towards Portsmouth remains closed.

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Man in 20s dies after collision with van on A3

The accident happened in the early hours of this morning

A man in his twenties has died after a collision with a van along the A3 in Surrey. Police officers were called to the southbound A3 junction near Thursley just after 4am today. They were assisted by paramedics from South East Coast Ambulance Service and Surrey Fire & Rescue Service.

The man in his twenties, a pedestrian, was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed about what happened. Surrey Police say the van driver is helping with their enquiries.

There are diversions are in place in both directions between the nearby Hindhead Tunnel and Milford, while investigations continue.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Surrey Police by telephoning 01483 639 922 and quoting reference P17135071.

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