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Four cars involved in car crash in Weymouth

Police are appealing for witnesses after four cars were involved in a crash in Weymouth.

At around 1pm on Sunday 6th April, police were called to the collision at the junction of Chickerell Road and Lynch Road.

A grey Renault Laguna was travelling along Chickerell Road heading towards the Granby Industrial Estate when it collided with a silver Honda CR-V and a black Vauxhall Agila. The Honda then struck a grey Volkswagen Touareg.

Police Constable Nick Gravenor, of Weymouth Police, said: “The road was closed for about an hour and a half in order for officers to investigate the scene and for paramedics to treat the slight injuries of all motorists involved.

Anyone who has information is asked to call 101, quoting 6:197.

Police hunt driver who ran off after crash

Sussex Police are looking for the driver of a car which crashed in Woodingdean, who left the scene before emergency services arrived.

The incident happened at 6.10pm on Saturday 5th April, when the Nissan Micra saloon left the Warren Road and collided with racecourse fencing.

Police currently have no description of the driver and full circumstances of the crash are still being established.

PC Jim Annand, of Sussex Road Policing Unit, said: "If you saw what happened or know who the driver is, please call us on 101 or emailcollision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 1153 of 5/4."

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Crash victim funeral

The funeral of a teenager who died when she was hit by a car, is due to take place today.

Fourteen year old Jasmine Allsop and her friend Olivia Lewry, who was sixteen, were killed near Jasmine's home in Gosport earlier this month. A man has been charged with their manslaughter.

Jasmine's funeral is taking place at St John the Evangelist in Forton. The church will be decorated in pink which was Jasmine's favourite colour.

After the service, the Church will be open until 10pm for members of the community to light candles, sign books of condolence, spend time in quiet reflection or simply be with friends and** **remember Jasmine and Olivia.

Four car pile-up on Isle of Wight

Emergency services cut injured out of their cars Credit: Bright Wight images

A police officer has been removed from his car by firefighters after a four car crash this afternoon on the Isle of Wight.

The accident happened before 3pm and the four people involved have been hospitalised in Newport and their conditions are unknown.

The crash closed the road earlier today but it has now re-opened Credit: Bright Wight images

Lushington Hill inn Wootton has now re-opened while police investigate the circumstances behind the crash.

Emergency crews worked to rescue the drivers from their cars Credit: Bright Wight images

Police car involved in serious crash

The car's roof had to be cut off Credit: Trevor Chapman

A police officer has been involved in a serious car crash that closed the A3054 on the Isle of Wight.

The car's roof had to be cut off to rescue the officer in the four car crash.

Hampshire Police say that four people have been injured and taken to St Mary's Hospital.

Three other cars collided with the marked police car at around 3pm this afternoon on Lushington Hill.

The road had to be closed both ways between A3021 Whippingham Road and Station Road and there is no access to Wooton Bridge from Newport or Whippingham.

Emergency services work to cut free victim Credit: Trevor Chapman
Ambulance and fire crews work to rescue crash victim Credit: Trevor Chapman

40 year old man dies on A27

A 40 year old man has died after his car left the road on the A27 Shoreham bypass yesterday morning. The dead man has not been formally identified. The slip road was closed for some time while the police carried out extensive investigations, and motorists are being thanked for their patience.

Any witnesses to the accident are being asked to contact Sussex Police .

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Sussex car crash

The A29 at Shripney Road, in Shripney has been closed after a woman had to be freed by firefighters.

Two cars collided at 8.50am where a Honda Civic left the road and went into a ditch. T

The woman driving the car was then freed by firefighters.

Initial reports suggest that any injuries are not serious but emergency services are still dealing with the scene.

Drivers are advised to avoid the area for the time being if possible.

Vans crash road 'to remain closed'

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 collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk.

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.

– Sergeant Mark Baker

Three hurt in Sussex car crash

Three men have been hurt after two vans collided on the A273 between Burgess Hill and Hassocks.

The men driving the vans, aged 60 and 48, were taken by road 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 was taken by air ambulance to Kings College Hospital in South London with serious leg and arm injuries.

None of the injuries were seen to be life threatening.

Police are investigating the cause of the crash and ask anyone with information to call 101.

Mark Baker of the Sussex Road Policing Unit at Haywards Heath, said: "Diversions are in place and we appreciate the patience of drivers who will have been delayed as a result of the collision."

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