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Police appeal after woman dies in two-car collision near Cirencester

A woman died and a man was left in a serious condition in hospital after a two-car collision in the Cotswolds on Thursday night.

Police were called to reports of the collision on the A429 Stow Road near Cirencester at around 9.30pm.

It involved a Subaru and an Audi and both the woman and man were travelling in the Subaru, Gloucestershire Constabulary have confirmed.

The driver, a woman in her 50s was declared dead at the scene, while the man in his 30s, a passenger in the car was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol.

The driver of the Audi - a man in his 40s, was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital with non-serious injuries.

The Police statement added: "The road was closed for several hours while a serious collision investigation took place.

"Anyone who witnessed the collision who hasn't spoken to police should call 101 and quote incident 428 of 17 October."

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