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Why was A127 Road Closed, Accident Explained

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Why was A127 Road Closed, Accident Explained

The closed road at A127 in Essex has caused tragic incidence, a man’s body was not discovered for two days after being hit and murdered by a driver who had used cocaine the night before.

Christian Taylor is the man that met a tragic happening, he was being hit by a Range Rover at roughly 3.40 a.m.

It all happened on Christmas Day, 2019, Christian Taylor’s corpse remained in the central reserve on the westbound carriageway between Wickford and North Benfleet for two days.

Christian was 36-year-old at the time if this incidence, as he had been out at Basildon’s Festival Leisure Park’s Unit 7 nightclub before heading home to Wickford.

The driver of a silver Porsche seemed to lose control and crashed with a black Ford Focus on the A127 at approximately 6.35 p.m. yesterday, according to Essex Police.

Following a fatal accident today, the A127 is entirely closed. Following an incident on the Londonbound carriageway near Childerditch, Brentwood, emergency services are now on the site.

The fatal incident is said to have occurred at 10.30 a.m., and the road has been closed since this morning. While the incident is being investigated, the road is closed between the B186 near Upminster and the A128 Tilbury Road (Halfway House roundabout, Dunton Wayletts).

Several emergency agencies are present en route to the crash site. Along with official police cars, there are more than four unmarked police cars on the scene.

Essex Police confirmed their presence on twitter: “We’re on the scene of a major collision on the London-bound A127 near Brentwood’s #Childerditch.

We were notified of the occurrence just after 10.30 a.m. on Monday, April 25. While the event is being investigated, the road is now stopped in both directions.”

While the A127 is closed, traffic is piling up along the route. There are long lines, and there are likely to be delayed.

It is unknown whether anyone was hurt in the incident at this time. However, Essex Police and the East of England Ambulance Service might have more information on their tray.

We will try to keep you up to date on the newest developments in this collision as soon as we have them.

There have been various accidents at A127. Last time, some witnesses saw a vehicle fly off the road and collide with a tree.

But today, there was an accident involving a car and a lorry. The Essex Police, as always, has been providing information via Twitter.

Essex Police say they received complaints that a van had veered off the road and collided with a tree. The accident occurred near the intersection with Saint Michael’s Road.

“It is not thought that anyone was wounded,” a police spokeswoman stated. “Now we’re looking for anyone traveling in the vicinity at the time and may have dashcam footage that might help us.”

The A127 was built as the eastern half of an essentially new route connecting Wanstead and Southend, with the Eastern Avenue serving as the western half (now the A12).

Because of early issues along the road’s length, there were surface issues, prompting Clement Attlee to declare it “one of the worst bits of the main road in West Essex.”

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