Dad, 36, dies in accident when he was little, 2, fights for life in a four-car butcher shop in Sussex

Dad, 36, dies in accident when he was little, 2, fights for life in a four-car butcher shop in Sussex

A DRIVER has died and his two-year-old son is fighting for his life after a horrific four-car accident.

The 36-year-old was driving a blue Ford Fiesta on the A267 in Frant, East Sussex, when the horror unfolded this morning.

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A man has died and a small child is in critical condition after a terror crush

Tragically, he could not be saved and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her two-year-old son, who was the only passenger in the car, was airlifted to the hospital with serious head injuries and remains in critical condition.

The collision also involved a white Renault Master, a silver Toyota Estima, and a silver or gray Honda car that did not stop at the scene.

Police say they are particularly interested in speaking to the driver of the silver or gray Honda.

Collision investigators closed a section of the road to gather evidence.

Officers are asking any witnesses, or anyone who has captured any of the vehicles in the area on the dash cam, to email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk citing Operation Utility.

A Sussex police spokesman said: “Sadly, a man was killed after a four-vehicle collision that occurred on the A267 in Frant at around 11.11am on Wednesday 18 August.”

“The incident involved a blue Ford Fiesta, a white Renault Master, a silver Toyota Estima, and a silver or gray Honda car that did not stop at the scene.

“The driver of the Fiesta, a 36-year-old man from Dartford, Kent, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene.

His son and only passenger, a two-year-old boy also from Dartford, suffered serious head injuries and was airlifted to King’s College Hospital in London, where he remains in critical condition.

“A section of the road was temporarily closed and we would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding as we carry out vital research work at the site.

“Police are urging any witnesses, or anyone who may have captured any of the vehicles in the area on the dash cam, to email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk citing Operation Utility .

“In particular, officers are eager to hear from the driver of a silver or gray Honda car that did not stop.”

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