A road in Burgess Hill, Sussex, where two vans collided this morning remains closed.
The crash occurred just before 6.45am when two vans travelling in opposite directions collided on the A273, London Road, outside New Close Farm.
The men driving the vans, one aged 60 from Scaynes Hill, the other aged 48 and from Yorkshire, were taken by ambulance to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton with serious leg and body injuries.
The passenger in the van driven by the 60 year old, a 19-year-old man from Hailsham, was taken by air ambulance to Kings College Hospital in South London with serious leg and arm injuries. None of the injuries are assessed as life threatening.
We are investigating the cause of the collision and are asking anyone who saw what happened to call us on 101 quoting serial 215 of 6/8. You can also email us at email@example.com.
Police investigations at scene finished by 11.30am but the road between Burgess Hill and Hassocks will remain closed until later this afternoon while the highways authority cleans the road and ensure it is safe to be opened.
Diversions are in place meanwhile and both organisations appreciate the patience of drivers who will have been delayed as a result of the collision.
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An army of volunteers helped to push stranded motorists in Burgess Hill as Monday night's snowfall made the road impassable to all but four-wheel drive vehicles.
Trevor Butler told ITV News that cars and vans queued to mount Station Road past the town's rail station but with wheels spinning ferociously in the impacted snow, many found it slow going and queues built up.