The ArgusCrash on the A27 at Falmer (From The Argus)

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Crash on the A27 at Falmer

The A27 at Falmer Hill is partially blocked because of a minor accident involving three vehicles this morning (Thursday).

It is partially blocked westbound between the B2123 The Drove junction in Falmer and Patcham.

The accident happened near Brighton and Hove Albion's Amex stadium at around 7.30am.

An East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service operator said: "We received a call from the police at around 7.20am to reports of a three-vehicle collision where some fuel had leaked onto the road.

"Nobody was trapped and our crew are making the area safe."

Sussex Police said the accident was a "three-car shunt".

The carriageway has re-opened but there is congestion to Woodingdean.

Are you at the scene? Did you see what happened? E-mail your comments and pictures to news@theargus.co.uk or call 01273 544 525.

 

 

 

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7:58am Thu 24 Apr 14

hyram77 says...

A27 Lewes to Shoreham....... Welcome to the most dangerous stretch of road for accidents in Sussex! I was only thinking yesterday evening there hadn't been a crash yet this week and here it is.
A27 Lewes to Shoreham....... Welcome to the most dangerous stretch of road for accidents in Sussex! I was only thinking yesterday evening there hadn't been a crash yet this week and here it is. hyram77
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8:19am Thu 24 Apr 14

den2il says...

hyram77 wrote:
A27 Lewes to Shoreham....... Welcome to the most dangerous stretch of road for accidents in Sussex! I was only thinking yesterday evening there hadn't been a crash yet this week and here it is.
Why is it dangerous?
[quote][p][bold]hyram77[/bold] wrote: A27 Lewes to Shoreham....... Welcome to the most dangerous stretch of road for accidents in Sussex! I was only thinking yesterday evening there hadn't been a crash yet this week and here it is.[/p][/quote]Why is it dangerous? den2il
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