Two crashes and three injured at same junction in Ewell

Surrey Comet: A photograph posted by Surrey Police road officers on Twitter on Sunday A photograph posted by Surrey Police road officers on Twitter on Sunday

Three crash victims were taken to hospital after two traffic accidents at the same junction in the space of just over 24 hours.

A 19-year-old man had neck and back pain following the first crash at the junction of Ruxley Lane and Kingston Road (A240), Ewell, at 6.50am on Saturday.

A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesman said the man, who remained conscious throughout, was carried on a long spine board and taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting.

Of the crash, he said: “It looks like it was a car and a stationary vehicle.”

Then at about 8.30am on Sunday there was another traffic accident at the same junction after a driver reportedly ignored a red light.

On Sunday Surrey Police road officers’ Twitter account said minor injuries had been sustained during the crash on the A240.

It said: “Someone ignored the red traffic light.”

The ambulance service spokesman said a female passenger, with chest pains, was taken to St George’s Hospital and another woman went to Epsom Hospital.

He said: “We sent a total of three ambulances.”




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