Woman killed after car crashes into lorry transporter on A120

The incident happened on the A120 between Hare Green and Horsley Cross Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident happened on the A120 between Hare Green and Horsley Cross Picture: GOOGLE MAPS - Credit: GOOGLE MAPS

A stretch of the A120 has now reopened after a fatal collision in the early hours of this morning.

The road is closed westbound between Horsley Cross and Hare Green Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The road is closed westbound between Horsley Cross and Hare Green Picture: GOOGLE MAPS - Credit: GOOGLE MAPS

A woman has died after a single vehicle collision on the A120 between Horsley Cross and Hare Green in north Essex.

The crash happened at around 1.20am today, October 12, when is it thought a Ford Galaxy left the road and hit a lorry transporter parked in a layby.

The driver, a woman in her 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.


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Nobody else was injured in the collision.

The A120 was closed for a number of hours in the westbound direction between B1035 (Horsley Cross) and the A133 at Hare Green. It reopened shortly after 10.30am.

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Inspector Rob Brettell said: “This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with the family of the woman who died this morning.

“We would like to speak to anyone who may have dash cam footage or saw a blue Ford Galaxy in the area of Elmstead Market in the time leading to the collision.

“We’d also like to see any dash cam from anyone using the A120 before the collision, and who may have footage of the vehicles parked in the laybys.”

The full diversion can be found on the Highways Agency website and people can also follow @highwaysEAST and @EssexPoliceUK for further updates.

Anyone who has dash cam or information is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 01245 240590 or email collisionappeal@essex.pnn.police.uk

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