Police Seek Witnesses after Serious Traffic Collision in Brighton

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Police Seek Witnesses after Serious Traffic Collision in Brighton

Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision involving two vehicles on London Road, at the junction of Elms Lea Avenue, Brighton. The incident occurred on Saturday, May 25, at approximately 10:20 am.

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

The collision involved a white Vauxhall Vivaro van and a white Vauxhall Astra. The driver of one vehicle, a 56-year-old man, was taken to hospital in serious condition. The four occupants of the second vehicle sustained minor injuries.

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

Authorities are seeking any witnesses to the incident or anyone with CCTV or dashcam footage that could assist in the investigation.

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

If you have any information or relevant footage, please report it by emailing collision[email protected] or calling 101, quoting reference 25/05 of 430.

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton
Police Seek Witnesses After Serious Traffic Collision In Brighton

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