A137 re-opens after fatal crash
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The A137 has reopened this morning following a traffic collision which left one person dead.
Police were called at 22.47pm on Wednesday, August 26, to reports of a collision involving three vehicles on the road between Tattingstone and Brantham.
The A137 remained closed for over 12 hours in both directions between the Brantham Bull Public House Junction and the Tattingstone crossroads.
Motorists were advised to avoid the area for the duration of the closure.
It reopened shortly before 11.30am on Thursday.
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Any witnesses – including anyone with dashcam footage of the incident - are asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101, quoting reference CAD 458 of 26 August.
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