A car passenger has been killed in a collision on Soho Road in Birmingham

A man died in a multi vehicle collision on Soho Road in Birmingham last night (Sunday, February 18)
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A passenger in a stationary car has been killed following a multi vehicle collision on Soho Road in Birmingham.

The man, aged in his 30s, died as an Audi hit a number of vehicles at around 8.20pm on Sunday (February 18). Two other people were taken to hospital to be treated for injuries.

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West Midlands Police have arrested a 25 year-old man on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He was also taken to hospital for treatment. Officers said he will be questioned following his treatment.

A spokesperson for WMP added: “We've secured some CCTV and dash cam footage but remain keen to hear from anyone with information who can assist our investigation.

“You can do this via Live Chat on our website, by calling 101, or emailing investigators at [email protected], quoting log 3761 of 18 February.

Soho Road, Handsworth, BirminghamSoho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham
Soho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham

Get the latest headlines, straight to your inbox, with BirminghamWorld’s free emails “Road safety is a priority for us and partners including Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), local authorities and the region’s Police and Crime Commissioner. We joined forces under the Operation Triton banner last year to pledge action to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads and this work continues.

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“We are actively patrolling key areas to enforce speed limits and protect our communities from the dangers of excessive speed and other road harm issues. However, the police cannot be everywhere.  

“We urge motorists to prioritise road safety as their actions can make a significant difference in preventing accidents and protecting lives. We also appreciate the support and cooperation of our communities in reporting any instances of dangerous driving.”