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Police appeal for witnesses after collision on A303

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Wiltshire police are appealing for witnesses to a fail to stop collision on the A303.

At approximately 6.15pm on 13 August, a blue Vauxhall Corsa was travelling westbound on the A303 at Wylye when a white Citroen travelling eastbound stopped in the gap between the central reservations and pulled out onto the westbound carriageway causing the Corsa to swerve off the side of the road to avoid a collision.

As a result, the Corsa collided with a road sign and came to a stop near a wire fence on the grass verge.

The driver of the Citroen did not stop at the scene.

PC Jonathan Brunt of Wiltshire Police said: ‘Fortunately the driver of the Corsa was not injured in the collision but we are keen to speak to any witnesses to the incident – anyone with information should get in touch via 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.’

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