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Police say crash witness holds "key" information

Police are appealing for a witness to come forward Credit: Hertfordshire Constabulary

Police are appealing for a witness to a collision last July to contact them again.

Three children were injured when a car crashed into a field off the bypass near Rush Green near Hertford, Hertfordshire on July 17.

A ten-year-old boy was left with life changing injuries and police say they do not know why the Peugeot 206 came off the A10.

After the crash police say a man, calling from the Cheshunt area, contacted them.

"We believe this man has information that is key to the investigation and we need to urgently speak to him. “I would like to reassure this person that you do not need to give me your details and you will not have to go to court but it is vital that I speak to you."

– PC Grant Duke

A10 in Cambridgeshire closed after fatal crash

The A10 in Cambridgeshire is closed after a fatal crash

A man has died following a collision on the A10 in Cambridgeshire this morning (Thursday)

It happened on Ely Road, Milton, and involved a silver Citroen C4 and a blue Nissan Micra, at about 8.25am.

The driver of the Citroen, died at the scene.

The road is currently closed in both directions and is likely to remain shut until late afternoon.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area or expect delays.


Police renew appeal for witnesses to fatal crash

Police are re-appealing for information about about crash which killed two teenage girls last week.

Eighteen-year-old Daniela Ruggiero and 17-year-old Charlotte Dove were driving along the A10 in Hertfordshire when their Citroen C1 hit a deer.

A Volvo V40 then collided with their car, which caught fire.

It happened at about 7.45am last Tuesday between Ware and the A120 Puckeridge exit.

Investigating Officer PC Kevin Sloan, of Hertfordshire Police, said: “I would like to thank all those people who have already spoken to us about the collision however it may be that there are other people we haven’t yet talked to and I would urge those people to call police.”

Family pay tribute to their "true star" following fatal A10 crash

Daniela Ruggiero, who died in a crash on the A10 on Tuesday. Credit: Hertfordshire Police.

The family of a teenager who died when the car she was travelling in hit a deer have paid tribute to "a true star in their lives".

Eighteen-year-old Daniela Ruggiero, from Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire, was killed in the crash on the A10 yesterday.

Today her family said: “Daniela was a very special and much loved daughter, sister, grand-daughter, niece, cousin and friend.

“She will be greatly missed by everyone who was touched by her greatness. She was born to dance, and is now dancing with the angels. A true star in our lives.”

The crash took place on the A10 near Puckeridge. Credit: ITV News Anglia.

A 17-year-old, who was in the same car as Daniela, also died as a result of the crash which took place on the northbound carriageway between Ware and the A120 Puckeridge exit.

The girls' Citroen C1 hit a deer and another car then collided with them.

Daniela's family is keen to trace a woman, called Diane, who was driving a Mercedes and helped the teenager's mother and auntie yesterday.

Contact Hertfordshire Police on 101.


Three killed in A10 crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after three young men died in a crash on the A10 in Hertfordshire.

Their blue Vauxhall Corsa collided with a lorry between the Turnford and Hoddesdon junctions on Friday November 9th at 2.15pm.

The driver and two passengers died, a third passenger was taken to a London hospital with serious injuries.

The lorry driver was unhurt.

Three men have tragically died and one man has been seriously injured following this collision and we are providing support to their families at this difficult time. We are conducting a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the collision and are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to get in contact as soon as possible.

“Perhaps you saw the vehicle just before the collision took place or maybe you saw something immediately after. Any information you provide could be crucial to our investigation.”

– Sergeant Colin Jenkinson, Roads Policing Unit

Anyone with information is urged to ring police on 101.

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