A24 major collision: Man airlifted to hospital with 'serious injuries'
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"The dual carriageway was closed in both directions while emergency services responded to the incident,” a police spokesperson said.
"The collision involved three vehicles, and a man was airlifted to the Royal Sussex County Hospital via air ambulance with serious injuries.”
South East Coast Ambulance Service confirmed two people were injured after the collision.
“It was a collision involving three vehicles, just before 9am,” a spokesperson said. “Ambulance crews attended alongside the air ambulance.
"Two patients were assessed at the scene. One was taken to Worthing Hospital by road. The other patient was airlifted to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.”
Motorists were advised to expect delays in the area while the incident was responded to, but the road has since reopened, according to West Sussex Highways.
A highways statement read: “Re-opened A24 northbound and southbound, from Findon Village to Washington Roundabout.”
Police officers have appealed for witnesses or anyone with relevant CCTV or dashcam footage of the collision or vehicles in the area at the time to come forward.
Information can be reported to Sussex Police online or via emailing: [email protected] and quoting serial 247 of 16/11.