SUSSEX Police are urging people to take more care after a spate of collisions on the county's roads this morning (Thursday November 26). A motorcyclist was killed at Horsham and a woman was trapped in her car after it overturned on the A23 at Handcross.
What Sussex Police won’t be doing, of course, is enforce road traffic law.
And guess what – the very next day in the county: Two men died in crashes on Sussex road in this morning’s bad weather.
A busy road was blocked after a two vehicle road accident. The incident, involving a 4x4 car and a van, saw one of the vehicles crash into the central reservation.
Motorists in Richmond upon Thames are being told to snuggle up with their car keys at night to keep car crime low.
Police are issuing a key fob with the slogan "take me to bed" to to remind car owners not to leave keys on show.