South Central Ambulance Service has confirmed that a pedestrian has died following an earlier collision with a bus in Reading town centre.
Friar Street in Reading is closed this morning following a crash involving a bus and a pedestrian.
Police anticipate that the road will be closed for most of the morning. First Berkshire bus route 190 is on diversion.
The A329 is closed in both directions due to serious accident between Thame Road and M40 J7 / A40 (Thame).Air ambulance is attending the scene of an accident involving a car and a motorbike
Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious crash in Crawley, injuring two people.
Emergency services were called to Breezehurst Drive in Bewbush at around 2:45am this morning to a car that had collided with a tree.
The car had lost control, hit the central reservation and then into the tree.
The driver, a 21-year-old man from Crawley and his passenger, who is 25-years-old and from Twekesbury, were both taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious injuries.
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting Operation Packard.
Fire fighters attended a road traffic collision involving two private motor vehicles in lane three of the motorway. One male casualty was released by ambulance prior to our arrival and one male casualty was released by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Both casualties were taken to hospital. Appliances from Hightown, Fareham and Botley attended, with a total of 19 fire fighters.
Investigations are continuing this morning into a crash involving a bus and a car in Sussex.
Seven people were injured in the accident which happened on the A259 Newhaven Road in Seaford yesterday afternoon.
Two people have died and five others have been injured in a collision on the northbound M11 near to junction 8. The two people who died are believed to be a 53 year old man from the Netherlands and a 45 year old woman from Kent, who were brother and sister.
It happened at around 2.15pm yesterday and involved five vehicles. They were in a Toyota car that was struck by other vehicles and collided with the rear of a Mercedes horse box, with five horses on board. The car caught light with the impact and sadly the occupants died at the scene.
The driver of a lorry was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. The 49 year old man from Stafford was questioned and later released on police bail until September 15 while enquiries continue.
The family of a 16-year-old boy from Farnham who died after a crash at a motocross event in Headbourne Worthy on Sunday, have paid tribute to him. Bradley Hooper suffered serious injuries in the collision at Down Farm.
His family say: “Bradley was full of life and lived life to the full. Sadly he has been taken from us at such a young age. He was kind, gentle, considerate, and made everybody laugh, and always had an infectious smile on his face."
Steve Dixon, Moto GP organiser and Jamie Muscat, a motocross rider, pay tribute to 16-year-old Bradley Hooper, who was killed in a motocross accident at a race track in Hampshire.