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Woman 'critical' after East Horsley crash

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Published by Lucinda Horsley at 1:34pm 12th June 2018.

A woman remains in a critical condition after a serious crash in East Horsley. 

The collision occurred yesterday (11 June) at around 5.25pm between Forest Road and Nightingale Road. 

Surrey Police were called to the scene along with ambulance and fire service.

The road was closed and shortly re-opened a few hours later.

Two women were taken to hospital, one of whom remains in a critical condition.

Police have issued an appeal saying: "If you were driving on Nightingale Road or Forest Road yesterday at around 5.30 and you saw something please get in touch.

"Do you have a dash cam in your car? You may have caught some footage of what happened, if you do please contact us as soon as possible.

"If you saw anything or you have any information call us on 101 quoting reference number PR/P18136298. "

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