Police appeal over serious crash in Hereford

Police appeal over serious crash in Hereford

Police appeal over serious crash in Hereford

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POLICE are appealing for anyone with information that may help them investigate the circumstances which led up to a serious crash in Hereford yesterday afternoon to contact them.

At about 12.45pm on Wednesday, April 26 on the A4110 Canon Pyon Road a blue Vauxhall Corse travelling towards the city collided with a Ford Kuga driving in the opposite direction.

One of the drivers was airlifted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham with serious injuries while the other was treated at Hereford Hospital.

Police are appealing for anyone who saw the blue Corsa, registrationX32 GAB and its driver Byron Hunaban in the hours before the crash.

Pc Kerry Welding said: “We want to build up a picture of what led to this incident and we are appealing to anyone who saw the car or spoke to Mr Hunaban in the 24 hours before it took place.

“They could have vital information that could help us with our investigations.”

Any information can be reported to police by calling 101, quoting incident number 263-s-260314.

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