Man in head-on collision in Horsham dies

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The driver of a Nissan car who suffered serious injuries in a collision in Horsham on Sunday (July 1) has died.

Edward Upton, 68, of Carisbrooke Drive, Worthing, died in the Royal London Hospital yesterday evening (Tuesday July 3).

Police and emergency services attended the head-on collision involving a silver Honda car and a red Nissan on the Dorking Road, Horsham, at 4.45pm.

Mr Upton was taken to the Royal London Hospital with life threatening injuries.

His 65-year-old woman passenger, also from Worthing, was taken to East Surrey Hospital with a fractured pelvis.

A 36-year-old man from Staines, Middlesex, who was driving the Honda was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, with serious but non life threatening injuries.

A 32-year-old woman also from Staines, went to Kings College Hospital in London with neck and leg injuries and remains in a critical condition.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision. Ring 101 quoting Operation Bydown.