A1(M) reopens southbound after Lamborghini crash near Stevenage leaves man in hospital

The A1(M) has reopened southbound following a serious crash between Junction 8 and 7 for Stevenage.

The A1(M) has reopened southbound following a serious crash between Junction 8 and 7 for Stevenage. - Credit: Archant

The A1(M) has reopened southbound following a serious crash involving a Lamborghini which has left a man in a critical condition in hospital.

The stretch of carriageway between Junction 8 and 7 for Stevenage was shut for more than seven hours following the crash, which took place shortly after 4pm.

Initially both sides of the motorway were closed so an air ambulance could land at the scene after reports that an orange Lamborghini had left the road.

A man has was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and is said to be in a critical condition.

The A1(M) remained shut southbound so a police investigation could be carried out, and anyone who saw what happened is being urged to call PC Andy Ralph on 101 – quoting ISR 471 of February 20.

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