Plasterer lay dead under wreck of his car on motorway central reservation for a week

A plasterer lay undiscovered beneath the wreck of his car on a motorway’s central reservation for a week after losing control in the middle of the night and ploughing into trees.

Sedji Sejdiu, 40, had been driving a rented Vauxhall Astra when he left the M40, possibly after swerving to avoid a deer or after falling asleep, an inquest heard.

He ploughed into a wooded section of the central reservation side-on after leaving the northbound carriageway between Banbury and Gaydon – the impact ‘continuing to rotate the car and causing it to leave the ground’.

But Mr Sejdiu, a father-of-one, was not…

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