Lanes to reopen after M25 crash: Surrey Police appeal for witnesses following collision near Limpsfield

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle collision on the M25 near Limpsfield this morning (Thursday, April 4).
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Police said officers were called at about 6am after a Vauxhall Astra left the carriageway between Junction 6 and Junction 5.

Police said the vehicle travelled down the embankment before its came to a stop on Water Lane.

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A Surrey Police spokesperson said: “The driver has been taken to hospital and is receiving medical treatment. No other injured parties have been reported to us. There is currently a full closure of all four lanes of the M25 anticlockwise between J6 and J5. Water Lane is also closed northbound after the junction with Park Road.

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle collision on the M25 near Limpsfield this morning (Thursday, April 4)Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle collision on the M25 near Limpsfield this morning (Thursday, April 4)
Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle collision on the M25 near Limpsfield this morning (Thursday, April 4)

“These closures are likely to remain in place for several hours while we gather the evidence required for our investigation into the collision. We appreciate that this will unavoidably cause disruption for motorists and apologise for the inconvenience. Officers are working hard to get the lanes reopened as soon as possible.”

Update: Surrey Police have announced that lanes 3 and 4 are ‘expected to reopen shortly’.

“Were you travelling along the M25 between J6 and J5 this morning between 6.45am and 7am? Do you have any CCTV, dashcam or helmet cam footage that might have captured all or part of this incident? If you have any information that may assist our investigation, please get in touch quoting PR/45240037450 via: webchat on our website www.surrey.police.uk, our online reporting tool at www.surrey.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report, or by calling 101.”

People who do not wish to speak to police can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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