Cirencester car crash on A419 leaves one dead and three injured 

A woman has died and three other people were seriously injured after a two-vehicle collision in Cirencester near the Royal Agricultural University. 

Police arrived at A419 Stroud Road, shortly after 1.40pm on Friday (July 15) with a report of a car crash involving two vehicles. 

A woman in her 70s from Stonehouse, was pronounced dead at the scene Gloucestershire Police said. 

Her next of kin are aware and are being supported by a specially trained officer.

Three other people also sustained serious injuries in the collision. 

The accident involved a silver BMW 3 Series travelling from Stroud to Cirencester and a white Mercedes-Benz GLA travelling in the opposite direction.

The driver of the Mercedes-Benz, a man in his 70s, suffered serious injuries and was taken to Bristol’s Southmead Hospital.

The BMW driver, a man in his 60s, and the passenger, also in her 60s, were both seriously injured and also taken to Southmead Hospital.

The road between the A429 Tetbury Road roundabout and the Royal Agricultural University was closed during the investigation, but it reopened this morning (July 16).

Police officers investigating the collision want to hear from anyone who hasn’t already spoken to them and who has information they believe may be relevant.

Anyone with dash cam or CCTV footage is also encouraged to get in touch.

Information can be submitted to police online by filling out the following form and referencing incident 235 from July 15th:

You can also call police on 101 and quote the same incident number.

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