A Havant Teenager remains in a critical condition after being rushed to Southampton General Hospital in the early hours of this morning following a shocking fall from a motorway bridge. One Lane of the A3M was closed by Police and Highways England just before 1am in the early hours of Wednesday morning after a passing motorist raised the alarm that the teenager has fallen from the bridge.
Police have confirmed the 19-year-old has suffered “life-threatening injuries” from the fall.
The teenager fell about 30ft from the bridge above o junction 4 of the A3(M) near Waterlooville, in the early hours of this morning. The road was reopened just after 4am this morning.
Emergency services, including police, paramedics and firefighters, rushed to the scene just before 1am. The man remains in a critical condition in the specialist head trauma centre at Southampton General Hospital.
A spokeswoman from South Central ambualcne said, “We were called at 00:53 today to reports of a man who had fallen from a bridge over the A3(M) we sent an ambulance and a rapid response paramedic to the incident that is a Police led incident.
“The 19-year-old from Havant suffered life-threatening injuries and has bee taken to Southampton General Hospital where he remains.”