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Police appealing for witnesses following four-vehicle collision on M23

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Police are appealing for witnesses following a four-vehicle collision on the southbound M23.

The incident involving a red DAF HGV, a white Scania HGV, a white Mercedes Sprinter van and an unknown black car occurred close to Junction 9 around 2.47pm on Thursday (6 September).

The drivers of all three known vehicles reported minor injuries and were taken to East Surrey Hospital in Redhill for treatment.

A black ’18 plate Vauxhall Astra is believed to be the fourth vehicle involved, however it made off from the scene before police arrived.

Officers are appealing to the driver of this vehicle – or anyone who saw what happened – to come forward. Anyone with any dash cam of the incident is also encouraged to get in touch.

Please call 101, quoting serial 704 of 06/09.

Police stood down around 4.30pm and the scene was left with the Highways Agency to secure and reopen.



 
 

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