A40 crash: Pony and truck rider in 'basic condition' after Gloucester impact

A man is in a 'basic condition' following an accident on the edges of Gloucester including a vehicle and a pony and truck. 


The episode occurred at around 7.30pm (Thursday 7 October) on the A40 northern detour at Longlevens, between the Elmbridge Court indirect and the Longford indirect, on the west-bound part of street. 


The 50-year-old rider of the pony and truck supported genuine wounds and was taken to Gloucestershire Imperial Emergency clinic, where he remains. 


The traveler, a 20-year-elderly person, was treated at the scene by paramedics from the South Western Rescue vehicle Administration Trust. 


The driver of the vehicle - a silver Vauxhall Mokka - didn't support any wounds. 


Police are presently engaging for observers of the collide with approach, and furthermore need to address any individual who saw a pony and truck nearby. 


A representative for Gloucestershire Constabulary, said: "Any individual who has dashcam film of the crash or any recording that they might feel might be applicable is additionally approached to touch base. 


"Data can be submitted to police online by finishing this structure and citing occurrence 370 of 7 October. 


"Then again you can call police on 101 or address Crimestoppers namelessly on 0800 555 111 or on the web."


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