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By Haddenham Webteam - 20th February 2014 1:35pm
Road Traffic Collision — A41 near Waddesdon
On Thursday afternoon 20th February we reported that Thames Valley Police were dealing with a road traffic collision on the A41 near Waddesdon, on the Aylesbury side.
As a consequence, the road was closed between the Berryfields Roundabout and the Waddesdon Cross Roads and this remained the case for several hours.
Sadly, the accident resulted in the death of a female driver of one of the cars and all seven children in another vehicle were taken to hospital.
By the time you read this the road will have been re-opened.
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