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M23 Surrey, Sunday 3rd November 2019 Carnage after 80 year old man is Rammed by Road Work Truck The M23 Has been closed in both direction and is likely to remain closed for several hours following a freak collision. Six fire crews from Surrey and London Fire Brigade were called to the incident after its understood that a person was thrown from a vehicle and hit the windscreen of a lorry that it understood to be part of the road works. AN 80-year-old man driving an antique car has died after a crash with a lorry. It is believed he was participating in today's London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. A female passenger has been taken to hospital with serious injuries. The man was driving a 1903 Knox Runabout Old Porcupine when the crash took place at around 10am. The M23 is closed in both directions. An air ambulance was sent to the scene and Surrey Police said the road will be closed for some time between J7 (Hooley) and J8 (M25). A spokesman for Surrey Police said: "We can confirm that a man has sadly died following a collision on the southbound carriageway of the M23 near J7 Hooley this morning, 3 November. "The driver of the car, an 80 year old man, was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after the collision, and a female passenger has been taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries. Police have notified the man's next of kin. "The road has been closed in both directions and will remain so while we investigate the incident and enable the motorway to reopen. Please find alternative routes at this time. "Anyone who witnessed the collision, or with any information which could assist our enquiries including dashcam footage, is asked to contact us on 101, quoting incident reference PR/P19255341. A spokesman for the Veteran Car Run said: "We can confirm that the car involved in this morning’s tragic incident on the M23 had been entered in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. "The car had left the route, which does not include the M23 where th

M23 Horror Crash as Vintage car is Rammed by a Lorry

M23 Surrey, Sunday 3rd November 2019 Carnage after 80 year old man is Rammed by Road Work Truck The M23 Has been closed in both direction and is likely to remain closed for several hours following a freak collision.

Six fire crews from Surrey and London Fire Brigade were called to the incident after its understood that a person was thrown from a vehicle and hit the windscreen of a lorry that it understood to be part of the road works.
AN 80-year-old man driving an antique car has died after a crash with a lorry.
It is believed he was participating in today’s London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
A female passenger has been taken to hospital with serious injuries.
The man was driving a 1903 Knox Runabout Old Porcupine when the crash took place at around 10am.
The M23 is closed in both directions. An air ambulance was sent to the scene and Surrey Police said the road will be closed for some time between J7 (Hooley) and J8 (M25).

A spokesman for Surrey Police said: “We can confirm that a man has sadly died following a collision on the southbound carriageway of the M23 near J7 Hooley this morning, 3 November.
“The driver of the car, an 80 year old man, was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after the collision, and a female passenger has been taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries. Police have notified the man’s next of kin.
“The road has been closed in both directions and will remain so while we investigate the incident and enable the motorway to reopen. Please find alternative routes at this time.

“Anyone who witnessed the collision, or with any information which could assist our enquiries including dashcam footage, is asked to contact us on 101, quoting incident reference PR/P19255341.
A spokesman for the Veteran Car Run said: “We can confirm that the car involved in this morning’s tragic incident on the M23 had been entered in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
“The car had left the route, which does not include the M23 where the collision took place.
“We are doing all we can to support the family concerned and are working with the police, but we cannot comment any further at this stage.”

The M23 in Surrey is closed in both directions between J7 (A23) and J8 (M25) due to the fatal collision. Surrey Police are on scene, air ambulance has also attended, along with our Highways England Traffic Officers. Paramedics from South East Coast Ambulance were called to the incident.

Southbound traffic from M23 J7 can use the A23 southbound towards Gatwick, and then join the M23 southbound from J9A.

Northbound traffic can either travel anti-clockwise on the M25 to J6, then the A22 northbound to Purley.