A woman from Brighton was flown to hospital with serious injuries after a two-car crash in Worthing at the weekend.
Sussex Police said: “A 56-year-old Brighton woman was flown by air ambulance to the city’s Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious potentially life-threatening injuries following a car crash in Worthing.
“It happened at around 9.15am on Saturday (19 November) in the westbound carriageway of the A27 outside the Coach and Horses public house, Castle Goring, Worthing.
“A blue Ford Focus estate car travelling west was in collision with a brown Mini Cooper leaving the Coach and Horses public house, blocking the westbound carriageway.
“The Mini driver is currently in a critical but stable condition at the RSCH.
“The driver of the Ford Focus, a 33-year-old man from Portslade, sustained chest and ankle injuries for which he was treated at Worthing Hospital and later discharged.
“The road was closed at the scene until 2.30pm and police would like to thank drivers whose journeys were disrupted for their patience.
“Anyone who saw the collision or who has other information is asked to email email@example.com or phone 101, quoting Operation Durford.”
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