Man arrested following crash where HGV allegedly went wrong way around Caterham roundabout
A man was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving this month after a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) allegedly went the wrong way around Wapses Lodge Roundabout before colliding with “numerous vehicles”. Surrey Police were called to the major roundabout at the bottom of Succombs Hill and at the junction of the Caterham Bypass and Godstone Road, leading to the M25, just before 9pm on May 4 following reports of a crash. On arrival, officers found a heavy goods vehicle had collided with at least two other vehicles on the roundabout.
READ MORE: This junction in Croydon is one of the most dangerous in London A Surrey Police spokeswoman said: “It is believed that a heavy goods vehicle was travelling the wrong way round the roundabout and collided into numerous vehicles. “The driver of the HGV suffered minor injuries.“
The spokeswoman added that a 38-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving but has not yet been charged. READ MORE: The 11 worst roads to drive on in Croydon Enquiries are still ongoing.
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