Mystery lorry driver overturns car at Stansted M11

PUBLISHED: 09:02 22 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:53 22 March 2017

Tailbacks on the M11 following a crash. Library image. Photo: Georgia Hingston/Archant

Tailbacks on the M11 following a crash. Library image. Photo: Georgia Hingston/Archant


The search is on for witnesses after a lorry driver hit another motorist on the M11 near Stansted and left the scene without leaving any details.

A blue Citroen Berlingo and an articulated lorry were in collision on the Cambridge-bound side of the M11 at junction 8a (Stansted) at 10.40pm on Tuesday, March 14.

The Citroen overturned and the driver, a 56-year-old man from Boston in Lincolnshire, was assisted by members of the public who stopped to help.

He was shaken but unhurt.

The lorry driver stopped briefly but did not speak to the other driver or leave any details.

There have been a series of major crashes on the M11 in recent weeks, including a six vehicle incident where a man was serious injured and airlifted to Addenbrooke’s hospital on Tuesday, February 18.

Anyone with any information should contact Pc John Holmes at Stanway roads policing unit on 101.


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