Tragedy Strikes: 11-Yr-Outdated Boy Fatally Injured in Devastating Automobile-Lorry Collision, Man and 15-Yr-Outdated Passenger Hospitalized

AN 11-year-old boy has tragically died after a automotive and a lorry collided in a horror crash.

Emergency providers scrambled to the scene which occurred at round 7.30pm final night time on the A303 near the Countess Roundabout in the direction of Stonehenge.

An 11-year-old boy died and two different folks severely injured in a horror crash close to StonehengeCredit score: SWNS

Two air ambulances were scrambled to the scene

Two air ambulances have been scrambled to the sceneCredit score: SWNS

The lad, from London, was pronounced lifeless on the scene after the black BMW collided with the lorry which was parked in a layby.

The driving force of the automotive, a person in his 40s, and a passenger, a 15-year-old boy, suffered probably life-changing accidents and have been taken to Southampton Common Hospital by air ambulances.

The driving force of the lorry didn’t undergo any accidents.

The A303 has been reopened eastbound between the A345 and the A360 close to Stonehenge following the deadly crash.

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Inspector Will Ayres of the Roads Policing Unit stated: “This can be a tragic incident the place a younger boy has misplaced his life and two extra individuals are in a severe situation in hospital.

“Their subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and are being supported by specifically educated officers.

“Our ideas are with them at this very tough time.

“I might urge anybody who witnessed something to please get in contact with us.”

Witnesses to the collision or anybody who could have sprint cam footage are urged to contact the intense collision investigation workforce on 01225 694597 quoting log quantity 289 of yesterday’s date.

Two air ambulances have been scrambled to a highway visitors collision on the key A-road that passes Stonehenge, close to Amesbury, at round 7.30pm on Saturday night (9 July).

A black BMW veered off the carriageway and struck the rear of a lorry, which was parked in a lay-by. An 11-year-old boy, from London, was declared lifeless on the scene by medics.

The driving force of the automotive, a person in his 40s, and a passenger, a 15-year-old boy, each from London, suffered probably life-changing accidents and have been taken to Southampton Common Hospital.

One of many wounded casualties was airlifted to the Main Trauma Centre by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance. Wiltshire Air Ambulance additionally attended the scene however didn’t transport anybody.

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