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We are now in a position to confirm a man has died and another has been seriously injured following a collision on the A13 in Thurrock.
We were called to reports a grey Suzuki Swift had left the road on the London-bound carriageway just past Orsett Cock at 8.25pm yesterday (Thursday 20 July).
Sadly, the driver the car – a man in his 30s – was pronounced dead at the scene.
A passenger in the car, who is also a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital with injuries which have been described as life-threatening.
The road was closed while our officers investigated and was re-opened at 2.15am today.
We also need anyone who saw what happened or who has dash cam footage to contact us.
Please quote incident 1462 of 20 July.
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We are currently on scene of a serious collision on the A13.
Emergency services were called to reports of a collision on the London-bound carriageway just past the Orsett Cock roundabout at around 8.25pm today.
The road is currently closed and a diversion is in place.
We are expecting the road to remain shut for some time and are asking the public to avoid the area and plan your journey.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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