Two teenagers killed in collision near Dursley

TWO teenagers have tragically died following a single-vehicle collision in Stinchcombe, Dursley last night (Thursday, October 13).

Shortly after 11pm, police responded to a report that a car, a red Volkswagen, had left the road on Tait’s Hill.

Two males, aged 18 and aged 17, were pronounced dead at the scene. Their next of kin have been informed.

A woman in her 20s, who was also in the car, also suffered injuries in the collision.

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The road remains closed while collision investigators examine the scene.

Motorists are being encouraged to avoid the area 

Investigating officers are now appealing to anyone who saw the Volkswagen prior to the collision to come forward.

Police are also keen to hear from anyone who has dashcam footage.

Information can be provided to police through their website, quoting incident 533 of October 13.

Police initially said the car was a Ford Fiesta but have now clarified that it is a red Volkswagen. This article has been amended to show that.

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