UPDATE: A40 reopens following crash between four vehicles

A40 closed following crash between four vehicles

A40 closed following crash between four vehicles

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The A40 has reopened after being shut in both directions after a crash involving four vehicles.

The accident occurred at the Wolvercote Roundabout.

Thames Valley Police were called at 10.26am.

A Thames Valley Police spokesman said injuries are not thought to be fatal at this stage.

The force confirmed the incident involved a white DAF Truck, Ford transit and a Ford Focus car and an unidentified car.

The A40 was closed at the roundabout for several hours following the collision but has now been reopened.

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