M3 crash chaos as emergency services attend three serious smashes in just two days

The emergency services was dispatched to several accidents on the M3 over the weekend

Surrey ‘s emergency services were kept busy at the weekend after they were called to three separate crashes on the M3 in just two days.

The first crash happened at around 3pm on Saturday (March 18) when a car reportedly left the northbound carriageway and overturned between junction 2 for the M25 at Thorpe and junction 1 for Sunbury .

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) sent two ambulances and a car to the scene and two people, a woman in her 30s and a child aged approximately 10-years-old, were taken to St Peter’s Hospital for further checks and treatments.

The second crash happened at around 11am on Sunday (March 19) just over the Hampshire border.

SECAmb paramedics and firefighters attended the incident, which happened southbound between junction 4A for Farnborough and Fleet Services.

A car collided with an HGV, with fire crews from Sunbury, Chertsey and Egham arriving shortly before 3pm.

One person had to be cut from the vehicle, while another casualty was helped from the vehicle.

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March 21, 2017