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Did you call 999 following a fatal crash in Send?

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Did you call 999 following a fatal crash in Send?

Published at 6:02am 19th July 2017.

Did you call an ambulance from a pay as you go phone following a fatal collision in Send?

Surrey Police is trying to trace the witness, after a man died in the crash in May. 

The collision involved a black Honda Civic and a motorbike and took place in Send Barns Lane.

It happened near the junction with Kevan Drive around 7.30pm on Wednesday, 10 May. 

The motorcyclist, a 55-year-old man, was taken to hospital in London by air ambulance with head and leg injuries but sadly died on Thursday, 1 June.

Officers are trying to trace a witness who called an ambulance following the collision.

The witness had left the scene prior to police arriving and they have not been identified.

The phone which was used to call the ambulance service on the day of the collision was a pay as you go phone on the ‘3’ network.

The phone was topped up on Sunday, 18 June at 10:33am at the Co-op store in St John’s Road in St John’s, Woking.

Sergeant Jamie Dann from the Surrey Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “We are really keen to trace this witness as a matter of priority. If you called an ambulance following this collision and you have a phone matching the description above, please call us on 01483 639922, quoting Operation Luxembourg.

“Our thoughts remain with the family of the motorcyclist at this difficult time.”