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Monday 27 February 2012
Police Report
A283 closed following fatal collision
 
The A283 near Petworth has been closed this morning following a fatal collision between two cars at around 6am.
 
Police are currently at the scene of the collision which took place on the A283 between Petworth and Northchapel between a blue Audi and a blue Toyota Yaris. The road has been closed at the A272 north of Petworth and the crossroads at Fisherstreet in both directions. The road is not likely to be reopened until this afternoon.
 
The 41-year-old woman driver of the Toyota died as a result of the collision and a man, who was the driver of the Audi, has been taken to St Richard's Hospital suffering from serious injuries.
 
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting Operation Kingsland.
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The A283 near Petworth has been closed this morning following a fatal collision between two cars at around 6am.
Police are currently at the scene of the collision which took place on the A283 between Petworth and Northchapel between a blue Audi and a blue Toyota Yaris. The road has been closed at the A272 north of Petworth and the crossroads at Fisherstreet in both directions. The road is not likely to be reopened until this afternoon.
The 41-year-old Chichester woman driver of the Toyota who died as a result of the collision has been named as Sandra Aburrow, 41, of Willowbed Avenue, Chichester. The man, who was the driver of the Audi, has been taken to St Richard's Hospital suffering from serious injuries.

The A283 was closed between Petworth and Fisherstreet crossroads while an investigation took place. The road was reopened at 2.45pm.
Officers would like to speak to anyone who has not yet spoken to police who was travelling along the A283 this morning and saw a blue Toyota or blue Audi just north of Petworth. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting Operation Kingsland.



 
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