Air Ambulance called after trailer hits pedestrians at bus stop near Pease Pottage

Emergency services at the scene. Photo by Derek Hunt
Emergency services at the scene. Photo by Derek Hunt

Two people have been rushed to hospital after a trailer detached from a lorry and crashed into pedestrians waiting at a bus stop.

Emergency services, including the Air Ambulance, were called to Tollagte Hill, near Pease Pottage, just after 11am this morning (November 14).

The trailer crashed into two people waiting at a bus stop along the road

The trailer crashed into two people waiting at a bus stop along the road

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The ambulance service said paramedics along with the HART specialist response team rushed to the scene and helped treat a man and a woman who were struck by the trailer.

They suffered multiple injuries and were rushed to hospital for further checks. Their injuries are not thought to be life threatening, police said.

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Emergency services attended the scene

Emergency services attended the scene

The road was closed at the junction with William Morris Way.

Two people were injured in the collision

Two people were injured in the collision

The road was closed following the crash

The road was closed following the crash

Police and paramedics attended the crash

Police and paramedics attended the crash