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Motorcyclist killed in crash on A20 at Wrotham Heath

01 September 2014
by Gareth Arnold

Four drivers could help piece together how a 51-year-old motorcyclist died when his bike hit the crash barrier on the A20 at Wrotham Heath.

All four vehicles are believed to be in the area at around 3.45pm on August 28 when the bike rider, from Surrey, died in a crash on his red Honda Fireblade.

Key footage from the scene of the crash identified the fact the vehicles had negotiated a roundabout at the junction with Pilgrims Way and London Road and were travelled down Wrotham Hill just before the accident.

The scene of the crash

The scene of the crash

It's believed the biker came off his motorcycle near the vehicles.

They are:

  • a light-coloured - possibly white - lorry, with an open trailer covered by sheeting, that was possibly red
  • a dark - possibly black - vehicle, possibly a Vauxhall Zafira
  • a small dark saloon car, which could have been a Volkswagen Beetle
  • and a light-coloured goods-carrying vehicle, possibly a Renault Traffic or Vauxhall Vivaro

The drivers are asked to call the serious collision investigation unit witness appeal number on 01622 798538, or emailsciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk, quoting DM/152/14.

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