SEVERAL fatal crashes were recorded on Herefordshire's roads in 2021, according to data from the Department of Transport.

There were also 84 serious crashes in the county in 2021, which is the most recent data available, with 50 of those taking place on A roads, 16 on B roads, 17 on unclassified roads, and one on a motorway.

Where did fatal accidents happen in Herefordshire in 2021?

Two crashes were reported on the A44 in 2021, one at Floodgates, near Kington, and one near Bromyard.

One accident took place on the A49 at Moreton on Lugg, one on the A4110 at Aymestrey, one on the B4348 at Thruxton, and one on the B4203 near Bromyard.

Where have the most fatal crashes been reported in Herefordshire in the last five years?

Data from shows the 2018 was the worst year for fatal crashes, with ten reported across Herefordshire.

The most fatal crashes in the county happened on the A49, with six reported between 2017 and 2021, while there were four fatal crashes on the A44.