Wet weather causes mayhem on Cotswold roads
WET weather conditions have contributed to a number of crashes in the Cotswolds this morning, including a head-on collision.
Following a fatal collision on the A40 last week, another crash took place on the same stretch of road at around 6am today.
A female driver was spun in her car after she was clipped by a lorry while driving around a roundabout at the A40, near to Northleach.
The drivers exchanged details and no one was believed to have suffered injuries in the collision.
Nearby, two cars had a head-on crash on the A429 near Northleach at around 8.15am.
A lorry driver, who had swerved off the road at around the same time, called emergency services to recover the vehicle when the two cars collided.
A Ford Puma, registered to Cirencester, and a blue Smart Roadster were involved in the crash.
No one was believed to have suffered injuries, but the road was temporarily blocked one-way until around 9.30am, causing heavy traffic delays.
And at around 8.15am today, two cars crashed on the B4450 at Kingham, near Chipping Norton.
A female driver from Chipping Norton suffered whiplash in the crash after her car swerved into a nearby hedge.
Drivers have been urged to take care when driving, following a flood warning issued by the Environment Agency today.