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Wednesday 26 June 2013

Police continue to appeal for information following fatal collision on Booth Lane


Police are continuing to appeal for information following a collision in Middlewich in which two women died.

Officers are keen to trace a driver who stopped at the scene of the collision, on the A533 Booth Lane near to the junction with Dragons Lane, on Tuesday 18 June at around 10.47pm.

The man, who was white and believed to be aged around 50, was casually but smartly dressed. He stopped at the scene and asked another member of the public to call the emergency services before leaving.

Sergeant Andrew Dennison, who is investigating, said: "We are urging this man to come forward as he may have important information, which could assist with our enquiries and he could be a witness. I am appealing for him to contact me as a matter of urgency."

The collision involved a black Vauxhall Astra and a red Honda Jazz − sadly, the driver of the Honda Jazz and her front seat passenger received fatal injuries.

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and are continuing to appeal to anyone who witnessed what happened − or was in the area at the time and has seen anything significant − to get in touch.

Officers are also keen to speak to anyone who may have seen the black Vauxhall Astra prior to the collision in the area around McDonalds and the council car park in Sandbach.

The three people, who were travelling in the Vauxhall Astra - an 18-year-old woman and two 18-year-old men - sustained serious injuries. The 18-year-old woman and one of the 18-year-old men remain in a serious but stable condition in hospital. The other 18-year-old man has been discharged from hospital.

Anyone who has any information, which could assist police with their enquiries, is urged to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 1015 of 18 June.

Information can also be passed on anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

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