A horrendous pile up on Britains M40 motorway lands 15 people in hospital
A pile up on Britains notorious motorway, the M40 took place last night (Sunday) – as 15 people were rushed to hospital with injuries whilst 20 people were injured, with some being treated roadside by emergency services.
The pile up happened on the M40 southbound between junctions 4 (Handy Cross) and 3 (Loudwater) just before 6pm leaving complete debris across the motorway and injured bodies across the highway as emergency services rushed to the scene.
Air ambulances were deployed to assist.
he South Central Ambulance Service tweeted: “SCAS were called this evening at 17:44 to the M40 between junction 4 and 2 southbound, to a collision involving approximately 14 vehicles.
“We had on scene seven ambulance crews, two paramedic officers, tactical advisor and two Hazardous Area Response Teams (HART).
“They have been assessing over 20 casualties, 11 have been taken to Wexham Park Hospital with serious or minor injuries.
“Other casualties were assessed at the scene by our crews but did not require hospital treatment.
“SCAS teams have been working alongside colleagues from Thames Valley Police and Buckinghamshire Fire to respond to this multi-vehicle collision.”
Police are now investigating what caused the huge pile up and are due to file a report this morning.
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