After a BMW ‘drove on the wrong side of the road,’ a fireball accident killed a mother and two men.


A fireball crash killed a mother and two men after a BMW ‘drove on the wrong side of the road.’

THREE people were killed in a horrific car accident that allegedly occurred after a BMW was seen speeding on the wrong side of the road. One of the victims was a much-loved mother.

Alison Clark, a beloved wife and mother, and two men were killed in a crash on the A63 near Melton, East Yorkshire, on Monday evening.

In the hospital, another man is in critical condition.

Witnesses said a white BMW was driving on the wrong side of the road before colliding with Alison’s grey Peugeot on the dual-carriageway.

According to Hull Live, the BMW 1 Series exploded in flames in seconds.

As he drove his van down the A63, delivery driver Gioele Barresi witnessed the horror.

He claimed he was passed by the BMW just before the collision.

“I saw this white car going full speed off the first roundabout the wrong way when I got to the A63 entrance,” the delivery driver explained.

“I was driving at about 60 miles per hour with the van, and he passed me on the other side as if I were slow.”

He hit the other car maybe 10 seconds later.

“In the field, I saw one car that went over the barrier and flipped.”

A second vehicle had caught fire.

“It looked like there were other cars involved because there were parts of cars all over the road, but I couldn’t see because the area was covered in smoke.”

Passers-by made frantic attempts to assist those in the cars involved.

However, three people were pronounced dead at the scene, according to Humberside Police.

“Emergency services were dispatched, and sadly, a woman and two men were pronounced dead,” a force spokesman said.

A third man was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries and is still in critical condition.

“At this difficult time, specially trained officers have been assigned to offer support to those involved and their families.

“Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the collision are ongoing, and we would ask witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage from driving in the area at the time to call 101 and reference log 497 of November 22.”

Both carriageways were closed overnight, and a tent was erected at the scene.

“A beautiful and caring person,” Alison, 43, was described as.

“Alison was a beautiful and caring person who I am incredibly proud of,” her devastated husband Rob from Elloughton, East Yorkshire, said.

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