Driver dies after collision between car and a lorry

ACCIDENT: The driver was certified dead at the scene ACCIDENT: The driver was certified dead at the scene 112 Andalucia

A CAR driver has died after a collision between his vehicle and a lorry on the A-405 in Jimena de la Frontera in Cadiz province today.

The trapped driver was released by firefighters but he was certified dead at the scene.

The accident on the Gaucin to Algeciras at kilometre 28 was reported to the 112 Andalucia emergency control centre at 10.40am. 

Officers from the Guardia Civil are investigating the circumstances of the accident.

Karl Smallman

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