A driver is believed to have fled the scene of a collision which left another motorist with “serious injuries”.
The road was closed in both directions for around four hours after the crash, which happened at around 1.30pm on Wednesday (March 1).
Police say the incident involved a Nissan pick-up truck and a white Volkswagen Caddy.
The driver of the Volkswagen was taken to St Peter’s Hospital with serious injuries.
A spokesman for Surrey Police added: “One of the drivers is believed to have left the scene of the incident on foot.”
South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) were alerted shortly before 1.30pm to reports of the two-vehicle crash.
A SECAmb spokesman said: “There were two patients, but only one, a man, was taken as a priority to St Peter’s Hospital suffering from potential head injuries.”
They sent an ambulance and a paramedic car before the air ambulance joined them at the scene.
Peter Amiss from Chertsey fire station, one of the stations called to attend the crash, said: “In conjunction with the ambulance service, we cut the driver out of the car and took him through the back of a car using a spine board.”
Another fire engine from Woking also attended the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey Police’s Roads Policing Unit on 01483 639640 quoting reference P17048874.
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