Slough woman killed in Chalfont St Peter Amersham Road crash

A 23-year-old has died after a car lost control and overturned in a late night horror smash. The young Slough woman was one of five people in a blue Volkswagen Golf which mounted a roundabout and rolled onto its roof at about 2.30am in Chalfont St Peter. Detectives closed the A413 between A40 Oxford Road and The Greyhound Inn (Joiners Lane Roundabout) for more than 10 hours as they investigated the deadly smash.

It was reopened at midday. READ MORE: Initial report – Major road closed as police investigate serious crash Early reports indicate the car was being driven south on the A413 Amersham Road, before losing control at the roundabout junction with Kingsway.

Having mounted the roundabout and rolling the car, the 23-year-old woman was tragically pronounced dead at the scene after succumbing to her injuries. Three other passengers were taken to hospital with another person suffering minor injuries not requiring hospital treatment. One of the injured people remains in St Mary’s Hospital in London with serious injuries, while the other two have since been discharged.

READ MORE: Coronavirus testing units in Bucks this week Investigating officer PC Simon Nelson, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, based at Three Mile Cross, said: “We are investigating this tragic incident which has resulted in the death of a 23-year-old woman. “I am urging anybody who witnessed the collision, or who believes that they saw the VW Golf prior to the incident, to please make contact with police.

“I would also ask any drivers with dash-cams to please review their footage in case it has captured anything relevant. “You can call us on the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 43200319014, or make a report online. “Alternatively, for 100% anonymity, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

“The next of kin of the woman who has died have been informed and are being supported by officers at this time, although as yet, formal identification has not taken place.

“Our thoughts are with the woman’s family at this very difficult time.”

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