Witness appeal following M25 car, lorry and ambulance collision

David Grantham, 21 October 2020

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision involving a car, an ambulance and an HGV on the M25 in the early hours of Tuesday morning, 20 October.

The collision happened just before 3.30am on the anticlockwise M25, between junctions 9 and 8, close to Walton on the Hill.

The driver of the car, a black BMW, suffered serious leg injuries in the collision and was taken to hospital by ambulance.

The occupants of the other vehicles were unharmed during the collision.

The anticlockwise M25 was closed between junction 10 and junction 8 until just after noon.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen the collision, or captured the manner of driving of the vehicles on dash cam or helmet cam between 3.15 and 3.30 on Tuesday morning.

Anyone who believes they may have information that can help the investigation is asked to make contact – either by messaging on social media (@SurreyPolice), via chat on the the Surrey Police website or by calling 101 quoting reference PR/20244107.

The Daily Mail reports that the ambulance involved in the collision was not carrying patients or on an emergency call, and that the crew were able to assist the BMW driver.

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