The 30 year old man from Newbury was struck by several vehiclesRead the full story ›
Lee Burdon was jailed for causing the death of a colleague while driving under the influence of drugs.Read the full story ›
Vipin Kumar, 43, from Reading, died in the collision on July 3. A lorry driver has been arrested.Read the full story ›
A woman has been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a two vehicle crash on the A34 near Newbury.Read the full story ›
The closures on the A34 due to an overturned lorry have been lifted.
Hampshire Police say that they would like to thank motorists for their patience while they worked with their partners to safely recover the vehicle and ensure the road was safe to reopen.
A lorry has overturned and shed its load on the A34 near Winchester. The road is closed southbound between the A303 and the M3.Read the full story ›
Tomasz Kroker from Andover was on his mobile phone when he ploughed into a queue of traffic, killing a mother and three children.Read the full story ›
Eight people were involved in a four-car pile-up on the A34 in Oxfordshire.
The accident happened at 11.44am on Sunday between Weston on the Green and M40 Junction 9.
Two fire engines from Bicester along with the specialist rescue vehicle from Kidlington attended the incident.
Several people needed treatment but there were no serious injuries.
“This accident happened on a very busy stretch of the A34, and fortunately due to the wearing of seatbelts and the ability for people to move to a place of safety, no one was significantly hurt. We would remind people to ensure they keep a safe distance from the cars in front especially when approaching junctions as this can prevent incidents like this occurring.
The A34 is currently closed in both directions between Marcham and the Hinksey Interchange due to a crash.
Emergency services are currently at the scene.
Drivers are asked to avoid the area.
A campaign for measures to prevent noise pollution from the A34 in north Oxford has been taken to Parliament.
Residents in Wolvercote have complained about high levels of noise and disturbance from the A34 throughout the day and night, which can be exacerbated by the direction of the wind.
Over 700 local people signed a petition in 2015 urging the city and county councils to give their backing to plans for sound barriers.