Motorcyclist dies following crash involving two other vehicles on A12 slip road

PUBLISHED: 20:32 03 November 2019 | UPDATED: 20:32 03 November 2019

The crash happened near the Marks Tey junction  Picture: GOOGLE

The crash happened near the Marks Tey junction Picture: GOOGLE


A 37-year-old man has died following a collision involving a motorcycle and two other vehicles on a slip road off the A12.

The crash happened on the northbound carriageway on the Marks Tey slip road at about 4.30pm.

Essex Police closed the slip road and advised drivers to avoid the area.

A spokesman said: "We were called around 4.30 today to reports that a VW Crafter van, a Renault Clio and a Yellow Honda motorbike had been in collision.

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Two people sustained minor injuries and a third person was taken to hospital in a critical condition but later died.

Essex Police said: "The rider of the motorbike, a 37 year-old man, was taken to hospital where he sadly died.

"A women in her 20s and a man in his 30s sustained minor injuries."

Anyone with information about the incident, or with dash cam footage, is asked to call 101 quoting incident 888 of November 3 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

It followed the earlier closure of a stretch of the road further south, due to an accident, near Hatfield Peverel.

The road was closed between the Witham bypass and the junction 20A for Hatfield Peverel South.

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