Two people have died following crash with lorry on M25 which saw motorway closed for several hours

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A horrific crash involving a lorry and a black people carrier on the M25 has left two people dead. The devastating collision saw emergency services[2] rush to junction 12 on the anticlockwise carriageway at 3.10am today (July 15). The incident[3] saw the motorway closed for several hours.

A spokesman for Surrey Police[4] confirmed that both the driver and the passenger in people carrier lost their lives. The victims’ next of kin have been informed. The occupants of a third vehicle[5], which was also involved in the crash with the car and HGV, escaped uninjured.

ALSO READ: Police appeal to find knife-wielding gang who stole man’s scooter[6] Surrey Police are now urging anyone who may have seen the collision or might have dashcam footage to come forward.
[7] A spokesman for the force said: “The anticlockwise M25 was closed between J13 and J12 while Surrey Police and Highways England worked with the other emergency services to recover the vehicles involved and carry out investigation work.

“Following a partial opening, the motorway was fully reopened around 10.15am. We thank the public for their patience while we carried out this complex work.” Anyone who may be able to help is asked to contact the Surrey Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 01483 639922, quoting reference 45170076563.

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