Ardingly: College Road crash ‘deeply shocking’, MP says Brighton News

A CRASH that left a child with serious injuries is “deeply shocking,” a lawmaker said.

Horsham MP Jeremy Quin said his “thoughts are with those affected” by the incident at Ardingly College at 4.30pm Monday.

Six children and a parent were injured in the crash at College Road, Ardingly, around 4:30 p.m. Monday.

The Argus: The incident at Ardingly College happened on Monday afternoonThe incident at Ardingly College happened on Monday afternoon

An eight-year-old boy was taken by air ambulance to St George’s Hospital in London, where he remains, but his injuries are not life-threatening.

Mr. Quinn said: “I was deeply concerned about the incident at the College and the injuries sustained.

“It must have been deeply shocking to everyone involved. Our hearts go out to all who are affected. ”

Police are investigating the crash and urging anyone who saw what happened, including any relevant dash cam or cell phone footage, to contact us.

Contact the police online or by calling 101 quoting Operation Replica.

The road was blocked while emergency services were working.

Superintendent James Collis thanked emergency services and members of the public who assisted at the scene.

“Our hearts are with those who were here yesterday and their families,” he said.

“The cause of the collision will be part of our investigation and we ask people not to speculate at this time.

“Thanks to those who have already given details.”

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