Serious crash closes A417 near Shellingford Quarry

Serious crash closes A417near Shellingford Quarry

Serious crash closes A417near Shellingford Quarry

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THE A417 is closed this evening after a head-on crash between a motorcyclist and a lorry outside the quarry in Shellingford.

The air ambulance was called and the police have said the 24-year-old motorcyclist has broken both legs. The accident happened at about 4.40pm.

The road is closed between the B4508 (Shellingford crossroads) and Cottage Road (Stanford in the Vale) and police have warned that is likely to remain the situation until late tonight.

We are waiting on information from the emergency services and will post an update as soon as possible.

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