Bromley man Karlos Josiah killed in collision on M4 motorway

PUBLISHED: 16:51 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:26 25 January 2013

Karlos Josiah, 23, was found dead after being reported as missing on Sunday night.

Karlos Josiah, 23, was found dead after being reported as missing on Sunday night.


A 23-year-old Bromley man was found dead yesterday (Wednesday) on the M4 motorway after he was reported missing on Sunday night.

Karlos Josiah, who is thought to have been travelling from Newbury to Bromley, was discovered off the carriageway between junctions five and six at around 1pm.

He was reported missing after he failed to arrive in Bromley in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Mr Josiah was found in his black Renault Clio and was confirmed dead at the scene of the collision in which his vehicle was the only car involved.

Tributes have been flooding in on Facebook, with one friend commenting: “Oh you sweet man, another angel to be taken so young. Rest in peace xx”

Another added: “Missing you already cuz my heart is being ripped in two. Sleep in paradise and have a little rave up there, love you loads ur older little cousin Kat xxx gone but always in our hearts and never forgotten xxx.”

Thames Valley Police are currently investigating the incident and are expected to appeal for witnesses travelling along the M4 between Friday (18) and yesterday (Wednesday).

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