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Police appeal following a collision in Cheshire which killed two men and left a woman from Flintshire with serious injuries

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Friday, Feb 9th, 2018.

Cheshire Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision on the A41 near Chester on Wednesday.

The collision, between a silver Audi A3 and a blue Peugeot Partner van, happened at around 1.15pm outside Dragon Hall Business Park on Whitchurch Road.

The driver and a passenger from the Audi sustained fatal injuries and were both were pronounced dead at the scene, both of the men were from the south Cheshire area.

A second passenger from the Audi, a 19-year-old man from Crewe, sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to University of Aintree Hospital in Liverpool, his condition is currently described as critical.

The driver of the Peugeot, a 39-year-old woman from Flintshire, sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to the Royal Stoke University Hospital; she is currently in a stable condition.

Sergeant Andy Dennison from Cheshire Police said:

“Enquiries in relation to this incident are ongoing and as part the investigation I’m keen to hear from anyone with any information in relation to the collision.

“I’d also like to hear from anyone who believes that they may have seen either of the vehicles travelling of the A41 prior to the collision taking place. At the time of the incident the Audi was travelling southbound towards Broxton and the Peugeot was travelling northbound towards Chester.

“I’m particularly keen to hear from any motorists with any dashcam footage of the vehicles travelling prior to the collision.”

Anyone with any information in relation to the incident is asked to contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 432 of 7 February 2018.

Anyone with any dashcam footage can upload it here:

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