Two women airlifted to hospital after a fatal Clacton crash remain in a serious condition

Police investigate the scene of a fatal rtc towards Clacton on the A133 on Tuesday 12th May.

Police investigate the scene of a fatal rtc towards Clacton on the A133 on Tuesday 12th May. - Credit: Sarah Lucy brown

Two women who were airlifted to hospital after a double fatal crash in Clacton yesterday remain in a serious condition.

The crash between a blue BMW and a silver Ford B-Max happened at around 3.25pm on the A133 between Weeley and Little Clacton.

Both drivers, a Clacton man in his 70s and a Colchester man in his 60s, died at the scene.

Two female passengers a Clacton woman in her 70s and a Colchester woman in her 60s, received multiple injuries and were flown to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, and the Royal London Hospital, in a life-threatening condition.

An Essex Police spokesman has said today they both remain in a serious, though no longer life-threatening, condition.


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The road was closed until about 9.15pm while officers from Essex Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit carried out initial enquiries.

Any witnesses who have not yet contacted police should call Pc Jenny Pirie or her colleagues at SCIU on 101 or email collisionappeal@essex.pnn.police.uk.

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