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Serious Collision- Farringdon

Alert message sent 04/10/2019 09:44:00

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One man remains in a serious condition

Police were contacted at around 10:10pm on Thursday 3rd October with reports of a collision between a Ford Fiesta and a Seat Leon on the B3052 Farringdon, Exeter at sanctuary Lane, near to The White Horse Public House.

The driver of the Fiesta, a 38-year-old-man From the North East of England has sustained serious injuries has since been transferred to Derriford Hospital; he remains in a critical condition

The Seat driver, a woman in her 40’s from Sidmouth sustained minor injuries and was treated at the scene by paramedics.

Officers from the Alliance’s Roads Policing Team attended the scene and work continues in establishing the cause of this collision.

Police are appealing for any witnesses and would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time of the collision, or any dashcam footage that could aid with the investigation.
We are particularly interested in locating and speaking to the driver and occupants of a white family style hatchback car that may have been on the B3052 or B3184 at or around the time of the collision and may have seen the vehicles involved in the collision.
Anyone with any information please contact quoting Log 824 of the 3rd October.
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Shirley Craft (Police, Community Messaging Officer, Devon & Cornwall)

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