Road Traffic Collision In Chipping Campden

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Road Traffic Collision In Chipping Campden

Police were called to attend a road traffic collision at Spring Hill in Chipping Campden at approximately 2.40am on Wednesday, March 11th.

A silver Audi A3, registered to an address in Moreton-in-Marsh, had ended up on its roof around 20 metres off the road into a field. No other vehicles are believed to have been involved in the collision.

A male occupant of the car had to be removed from the vehicle by fire crews and was taken to Cheltenham General Hospital with serious head injuries that were described by paramedics on the scene as not life threatening.

The other occupant, a 49 year-old man from Moreton-in-Marsh, received minor injuries.

The road was closed until 8am while a crash investigation was carried out.

Anybody who witnessed the collision or the vehicle being driven before the incident and has not yet spoken to Police is asked to call 0845 090 1234, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting incident 40 of March 11th.

Posted : 11/03/2009 15:25:27

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