Posted: Wed 31st Mar 2021

One person killed and two seriously injured after road traffic collision in Bangor

North Wales news and information

North Wales Police officers are appealing for witnesses after a woman sadly died and another two people were seriously injured following a road traffic collision which happened on the outskirts of Bangor last night.

Shortly before 9:15pm North Wales Police received a report of a two-vehicle collision on the A4087 between Tesco and the Faenol roundabout involving a blue coloured Seat Leon, which was travelling towards Caernarfon, and a red coloured Honda Civic, which was travelling in the opposite direction.

Emergency services attended however sadly, the front seat passenger from the Honda Civic was pronounced dead at the scene.

The male driver of the Honda Civic and the female driver of the Seat Leon were both taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, but were later transferred to hospital in Stoke. Both have sustained life threatening injuries.

Sergeant Liam Ho of the Roads Policing Unit is appealing for anybody who may have information to come forward: “We are appealing to anybody who may have been travelling along the A4087 and who may have dash cam to contact us.

“If you witnessed the collision, or if you saw either vehicle being driven just prior to the collision, please get in touch as soon as possible. Even the smallest piece of information could really help us piece together the circumstances surrounding this incident.

“Our thoughts remain with the woman’s family and friends at this difficult time.”

Anybody with information is asked to contact officers at the Roads Policing Unit on 101 or via the live web chat by quoting reference number 21000203686.

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