Info about car crash long time ago

Richmond, London

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13 days ago

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I am looking for info about the following: on Sunday 1 August 1982 I was involved in a serious traffic accident on the M5. I was picked up as a hitchhiker by a driver of a red BMW who drove much too fast. We crashed near Weston Super Mare. The BMW was proved to be stolen in Bath.
My questions: who can lead me to the owner of the stolen BMW; who can give info about the accident; what happened to the passengers of the hit car (brown Austin?).
Policefiles of car accidents in the eighties are removed, the paper of Weston Super Mare can't find info in their files. I did several attempts in the past to find oit what happened that day in 1982. I was 20 years old then and on a holiday in England.
Peter van Duijvenboden, Katwijk, Netherlands.

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