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West Mercia Police is continuing to appeal for witnesses or information following a fatal collision near Flyford Flavell on Friday, 2 August.

Updated: Reappeal for witnesses to fatal collision - Flyford Flavell  
 
Please see below update in bold.

 

Police were called at around 9.20pm to a collision between a green Ford C-Max and a blue Audi S3 on the A422 Alcester Road between Flyford Flavell and Inkberrow.
 
The driver of the Ford C-Max, a woman in her 30s, was sadly pronounced deceased at the scene. Her next of kin has been informed.
 
The occupants of the Audi, two men in their 20s, suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital for treatment. 
 
Road closures were in place while emergency services were in attendance.

Officers had previously appealed for anyone who may have witnessed the collision or has any dashcam footage of the incident to get in touch. They would now also like help in identifying the driver and passenger(s) of a white car that was seen on this stretch of road at around the time of the incident.

Sergeant Mounter who is investigating the collision said: "While enquiries are ongoing, we would particularly like to speak to the occupants of a white car that is believed to have been driving along the A422 at around the time of the collision, as we believe they may have vital information that could help with our investigation.

"If you were driving this vehicle or believe you have information that could help identify this vehicle and its owner, please call us on 101."

Anyone with any information is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 quoting incident number 833s of 2 August 2019.
 
Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website.
 

Updated: 8.50am, Monday, 19 August, Alex Gale, Corporate Communications

Published 19/08/19