Re-appeal following fatal road traffic collision – Newbury
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Thames Valley Police is renewing an appeal for witnesses after a man tragically died in a road traffic collision in Newbury on Monday (11/9).
The collision involved a bronze-coloured Honda CRV and a pedestrian, a man aged in his thirties, which occurred on the A339 at approximately 7.35pm.
The vehicle was travelling from the A339 away from Newbury town centre towards Greenham between the Burger King and Tesco roundabouts.
A collision occurred between the vehicle and the pedestrian, who suffered serious injuries and tragically died at the scene.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Sergeant Darren Brown of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “Our thoughts remain with the family of the man who has died in this collision. They are being supported by specially trained Family Liaison Officers at this extremely difficult time.
“I am renewing our appeal for witnesses, and would specifically like to hear from anybody who saw any pedestrians in the area of the A339 at around the time of the incident on Monday evening.
“The specific area of the A339 I am referring to is an area just prior to the footbridge on the northbound carriageway towards Tesco.
“I would also like to re-appeal to any drivers who were on the A339 at around the time of the collision.
“If you have dash-cam footage that has captured the incident, or the moments leading up to it, please get in touch with Thames Valley Police.