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A British mother of ten is among the dead and injured after three vehicles were trapped in a terrifying crash in northern France. At least three people are among those who lost their lives in the collision on the A26 motorway, south of Lens, on Sunday night. The identity of the British victim was reported by the Jewish Chronicle as Miriam Posen, from the Orthodox Jewish community in Stamford Hill, London, who was traveling in a van carrying seven members of her family.
Her age is unclear, but local sources stated that she was 49 years old. Two of Miriam’s daughters are known to have been injured in the crash and are receiving treatment along with the children’s father, it is understood.
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A spokesman for the local emergency services who attended the crash site said: “Three people were killed and dozens were injured, including many children.” A van with a British family of seven on board was one of three vehicles involved in the accident. ‘A British woman was killed instantly, along with two others who were traveling in another vehicle. “The other passengers, aged between six and 48, were transferred to Cambrai and Arras hospital.”
A man believed to be Miriam’s son paid tribute to the victim on social media earlier today. ‘My mother sadly passed away yesterday under tragic circumstances. She was young, healthy, and full of the spirit of life. She loved her so much,’ she wrote. An FCDO spokesperson told MailOnline: “We are in contact with local authorities following a road accident in France and have offered our assistance to the family.”
The accident occurred on Sunday, shortly after 6:00 p.m., on a section of the motorway where road works were being carried out, between the towns of Neuville-Saint-Vaast and Thélus. A second vehicle was carrying four people, a 75-year-old woman and a 45-year-old man, who also died.
The other two passengers in this car were a 14-year-old boy and a 79-year-old man who were in “critical condition.” The third vehicle involved was a car with four passengers, including three children, ages six to 33. Prosecutors in nearby Arras have opened an investigation into the accident.
French regional state prefect Jacques Billant said witnesses to the horrific accident were being “offered psychological counselling”. A source said some survivors remained in a “life-threatening position” in intensive care on Monday morning. The section of the A26 motorway was closed until late on Saturday night as six emergency medical teams rushed to the scene.
Around 60 firefighters were also dispatched to the crash site to try to rescue the victims. An investigation has been launched to try to determine the causes of the accident. The incident occurred at the height of the Christmas season, when thousands of British drivers cross the Channel.Read More…….