Driver dies in Arundel railway station ticket machine crash

Scene of crash at Arundel Station The 68-year-old motorist died at the scene of the crash at Arundel Station

A driver was killed when his car crashed into a ticket machine at a railway station in West Sussex.

Paramedics tried to resuscitate the 68-year-old man, from Littlehampton, for more than an hour but he died at the scene.

The crash happened in the car park at Arundel Station at about 18:30 GMT on Saturday.

The passenger, a five-year old girl from West Lavington, suffered a slight head injury.

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