A 21-year-old man has died after being hit by a car on the A27. Emergency services were called to a to a collision on the eastbound A27 at Falmer between a car and a pedestrian in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The man, who is believed to be an American student, was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital but sadly died on Sunday afternoon.
PC Kelly Newton said: "We are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the pedestrian leading up to it to contact police on 101, quoting Operation Telemark."
Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash on the A27 in East Sussex.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue were called to the westbound carriageway in the Polegate area just before 8am this morning.
One car was on fire which the fire service put out. Three people were handed over to ambulance crews and taken to hospital.
The A27 Westbound is closed at Coldean in East Sussex. There is slow traffic due to a spillage of diesel and recovery work. The accident involving a lorry and a car happened between the A270 Lewes Road and A23 London Road (Patcham).
The lorry has spilled a substantial amount of fuel and a car has spun as a result. A clean up and recovery is underway.
The A27 Westbound is closed due to an accident between A293 and A270 Upper Shoreham Road.
A lorry driver has been arrested after crashing into a car, which then caused the A27 to close at Arundel today.
A turquoise Vauxhall Corsa, a white Ford Transit and a green DAF lorry collided at 11.40am between the Ford Road roundabout and the roundabout near Arundel station.
A 57-year-old woman from Littlehampton who was driving a car was taken to Worthing Hospital after it was originally thought she needed to be cut out of the car.
Long queues built up following the crash as emergency services worked at the scene.
A distressed puppy was also removed safely from the woman's car.
A 36-year-old man from the Netherlands who was driving the lorry was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Police want to speak to anyone who saw the crash or the cars before the collision happened.
Six people have been arrested on suspicion of entering the UK illegally after an Italian-registered lorry was stopped on the A27 near Chichester.
Police were called after the driver heard banging from inside the lorry yesterday.
The westbound carriageway was closed for around half an hour as a rolling road block was put in place, just in case any of the people attempted to run.
The men, aged between 23-29 have been arrested and remain in custody.
They will be interviewed by UK Border Agency staff later this morning.
The family of a man killed in a car crash on the A27 in East Sussex has paid tribute to him.
Peter Sinden, who was 57-years-old, died during the accident at Wilmington on Monday.
His family said, "He will be sorely missed by his family and many friends and the hole he leaves will never be filled."
Police are still appealing for witnesses to the collision, which happened at around 6:30pm on Monday 18th November, some 400 metres east of The Street, Wilmington.
It lead to the A27 being closed between Wilmington crossroads and the A2270 Eastbourne Road, Polegate.
Anyone with information is asked to call Sussex Police on 101, quoting Operation Chervil.
The family of Peter Sinden has issued the following tribute:
Peter Sinden, aged 57, was suddenly taken from his loved ones in a tragic accident on the A27 at Wilmington on Monday 18th November. He will be sorely missed by his family and many friends and the hole he leaves will never be filled.
Peter was born in Eastbourne and employed at Lancing as a steel worker. He was a founder member of the South Downs MG Club and more recently a member of Wealden Classics. The funeral will be held on Thursday 28 November at the Eastbourne Crematorium at 4pm and will be a celebration of Peter's life.
The A2 is closed westbound at Canterbury because of accident investigation work between A2050 and A28 Thanington Road. A serious accident involving a lorry happened just before 1am.
The main carriageway is expected to reopen before 7am, but the slip road the A28 is expected to remain closed into this morning's peak hour traffic.
This is the dramatic moment when an AA patrol man ran to stop a van from exploding on the A27 near Shoreham.
Thick smoke covered the entire dual carriage way as he runs to the vehicle and stalls it to stop the engine from exploding.
The van was revving uncontrollably due to turbo failure.