Police are currently on scene dealing with a serious Collision on the A32 by West Meon.
Approx 30 firefighters from Droxford, Petersfield, Cosham and Basingstoke have also been mobilised to the incident. That involves a head-on collision involving two vehicles.
Claims have been made that a silver BMW vehicle pulled out of the fuel station moment before the collision and drove up the road on the wrong side of the road plough into the other vehicle.
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The road is currently closed in both directions whilst emergency services are on scene, closures are between West Meon Village and West Meon Hut. Please avoid the area and seek alternative routes check for local diversions.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air ambulance have also been requested to attend.
Fire crews are using specialist spreading and cutting equipment.
A specialist rescue tender that carries extra cutting and stabilising gear stationed at Cosham has also been sent to the incident.
A witness who was at a local car meet that was held at the West Meon hut tonight said a car pulled out the petrol station and drove all the way up the hill on the wrong side and was involved in a head-on.
The road is likely to remain closed until the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Hampshire Constabulary has been approached for a statement and comment
Anyone who captured the collision or any of the vehicle involved prior to the incident is asked to contact Hampshire Constabulary on 101.