Three people have died after a serious collision involving a car, lorry and minibus on M25 in Essex. The accident also involved a fourth person, who is in a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
The Essex police stated that the crash happened between junctions 26 for Waltham Abbey and 27 for the M11 around 18:15 BST this Monday and resulted in traffic delays. They also reported that they were keen on tracing and learning what led to the car’s collision, lorry and minibus.
Additionally, two drivers were arrested as suspects for causing severe injuries and fatalities due to their dangerous driving.
Police requested witnesses who had dashcams in their vehicles to support evidence for the crash. They can be submitted online on Essex’s police official website or call 101 mentioning incident 972 of Monday 23 August. Witnesses can also report evidence anonymously online to Crimestoppers or giving them a call on 0800 555 111.
The emergency squads were grateful and thanked motorists who waited a few hours as a result of the collision, which was managed by two air ambulances, nine ambulances, fire engines and multiple police cars.