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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police in Cardiff have launched an investigation following a Fatal Collision. 

At approximately 17.30 hours on Thursday 31st December 2015 a Fatal Road Traffic Collision occurred on Lamby Way Cardiff approximately ¼ of a mile east of the roundabout with Rover Way Cardiff.
A blue Peugeot 307 motor vehicle had been travelling West bound on Lamby Way when it overtook a white Mercedes Sprinter motor vehicle also travelling westbound. 

As it did so the Peugeot 307 collided heavily with a Daihatsu Sirion motor vehicle travelling in the opposite direction. The driver of the Daihatsu, a 33 year old local man, sustained fatal injuries at scene.

Passengers in the Daihatsu, a 32 year old local woman and a 3 year old child, were conveyed to hospital and later released. The driver of the Peugeot 307 a 29 year old local man, sustained head injuries and has been detained at the University of Wales Hospital Cardiff. 

A fourth motor vehicle a white Toyota Hilux also sustained damage from debris during the collision.
                South Wales Police Roads Policing Department are appealing for witnesses to the collision or the manner of driving of the Peugeot motor vehicle prior to the collision to contact them via 101 quoting Occurrence 1500480293 refers.

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