Motorcyclist suffers life-threatening injuries in serious A27 Titchfield crash

A MOTORCYCLIST has been left with life-threatening injuries after a serious crash this morning.

Tuesday, 28th July 2020, 10:17 am

The collision happened on St Margaret’s Roundabout in Titchfield at around 5.50am.

Following the crash the A27 Southampton Road was shut on the westbound carriageway and it remains shut.

The rider of the motorcycle, a man, came off his bike on the St Margaret’s Roundabout.

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A dark coloured vehicle, believed to be involved in a collision with the bike, left the scene and we would like the driver of that vehicle to contact us.

The man has been taken to hospital.

Hampshire Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to contact them.

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St Margaret's Roundabout, Titchfield. Picture: Google Maps

In a tweet, Hants Road Policing said: ‘Can you help? We're investigating a serious road traffic collision that happened just b4 6am today (July 28) on St Margaret's Rndbt, Titchfield that has left a motorcycle rider with life threatening injuries.

‘Any info, please call 101 ref 44200282097.’

AA Traffic is reporting that the closure of the A27 westbound is affecting traffic from Catsfield to Park Gate, outside Titchfield Primary School.

ROMANSE earlier tweeted: ‘Southampton Road CLOSED westbound due to RTI between Mill Lane (Titchfield Mill Pub) and St Margarets Roundabout, diversion in place.’

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