One taken to hospital after ‘serious’ collision on A24 in Horsham

One person has been taken to hospital with possible neck injuries after a ‘serious’ collision on the A24 in Horsham, police have said.

Sunday, 5th May 2019, 6:11 pm
Updated Sunday, 5th May 2019, 6:28 pm

The collision, which involved a van and motorcycle which had two people on it, happened near to the Robin Hood Roundabout in Warnham.

Here is how we broke the news earlier: A24 in Horsham closed after collision

Police closed the road northbound from the Farthings Hill roundabout to make way for the emergency services. A HEMS helicopter was also called to the incident.

A spokesman for Sussex Police said: “We received the call from the ambulance service. A person complained of back pain and possible neck injuries.

“We closed the road and a HEMS helicopter attended. The ambulance service said the injuries were not life-threatening but the level of injury was unknown.

“The person was taken to St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester. We reopened the road at 2pm.”

The Robin Hood Roundabout on the A24 in Horsham. Picture: Google Street View