Police appeal for witnesses following M40 collision which left a motorcyclist with life-threatening injuries
An appeal for witnesses has been launched by police following serious road traffic collision on the M40.
At 10.59pm on Saturday 25th July 2020 officers from Thames Valley Police were called to the scene of a collision involving a black Suzuki motorcycle and a white people carrier on the Southbound carriageway of the M40. The collision occurred between Junction 3 (High Wycombe (East) / Loudwater) and Junction 2 (Beaconsfield).
The male motorcyclist was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford with life-threatening injuries.
Following the collision the Southbound carriageway of the M40 was completely closed for collision investigation work from the Junction 4 (High Wycombe) entry slip road to the Junction 3 (High Wycombe (East) / Loudwater) entry slip road.
Senior Investigating Officer Sergeant Gaz Doughty of the Joint Operations Unit for Roads Policing based at Three Mile Cross said: ‘I am making an appeal for anybody who witnessed this collision to please make contact with Thames Valley Police on 101.
I believe other vehicles may also have been involved in the collision and a number of these have stopped at the scene to offer assistance to the injured motorcyclist, but I believe others will have seen what happened.
I am urging those people to please make contact, and particularly anybody who may have dash-cam footage of this collision to please check this and call 101 if it has captured anything that can assist this investigation.
Anyone with information, please get in touch, quoting URN 1460 (25/7).‘
*Source of article : Thames Valley Police ‘latest news’.