Police issue further appeal for witnesses after Quendon crash leaves woman with injuries

PUBLISHED: 10:22 28 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:32 28 October 2014

Police are making an appeal for witnesses following a crash on the M11 which left a woman with serious injuries.

Police are making an appeal for witnesses following a crash on the M11 which left a woman with serious injuries.

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Police are issuing a further appeal for witnesses, after a crash on the M11 near Quendon left a woman with serious injuries.

Police are issuing a further appeal for witnesses, after a crash on the M11 near Quendon left a woman with serious injuries.

The woman, in her 50s and from the Beccles area of Suffolk, was taken to Addenbrooke’s hospital and remains there in a serious condition.

The incident took place at about 9.20pm on Wednesday, October 15, when police believe a white Skoda lost control in the heavy rain and left the road to the nearside.

The crash occurred between Junctions 8 and 9 on the northbound carriageway, near Quendon.

The injured woman was a passenger in the car. The driver and another passenger, both men aged in their 20s, received slight injuries. They are also from the Beccles area in Suffolk.

Any witnesses or anyone with information about events leading to the crash should contact the investigating officer, PC Will Batchelor, at Chelmsford Road policing office on 101.

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