Driver arrested after head-on crash near Exeter Airport
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a serious car crash near Exeter Airport.
The collision took place on the A30 at Clyst Honiton at around 12.25am on Saturday, October 20.
It is believed that the Astra was travelling west on the east-bound carriageway when it was involved in a head-on collision with the Seat travelling in the opposite direction.
A 48-year-old female passenger in the Seat was taken to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
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The driver of the silver Astra has been arrested for providing a positive roadside specimen of breath and has been bailed until December 18 while police make further enquiries.
The driver of the Seat, aged 49, was taken to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital with serious injuries. Both are from Ottery St Mary
A police spokesperson said: "The condition of the woman who was seriously injured in this collision has improved a little and it is understood that she is expected to make a recovery, albeit slowly."
Collision investigators have made a further appeal for any witnesses who may have seen a silver Vauxhall Astra driving at around midnight on Saturday evening, Sunday morning on the A30 near to Exeter Airport.
Please call 101 and ask for the serious collisions unit at headquarters, quoting log 21 of 21/10/12.