04:35PM, Friday 14 January 2022
Update, Saturday, January 15, 9am:
Thames Valley Police has confirmed that King Edward VII Avenue in Windsor has reopened following a serious collision yesterday (Friday).
The force tweeted to say that three people were taken to hospital as a precaution following the crash.
It added its thanks to drivers for their patience while the incident was being dealt with.
* ROAD RE-OPENED *— TVP Windsor (@TVP_Windsor) January 14, 2022
Following a road traffic collision earlier today on King Edward VII Avenue, Windsor, the road has now re-opened.
Three people were taken to hospital as a precaution, and we would like to thank the public for their patience while this incident was dealt with. pic.twitter.com/cgaNVDDlzI
Police have closed a Windsor road following a 'serious road traffic collision' today (Friday).
Thames Valley Police tweeted this afternoon to inform that King Edward VII Avenue would be closed 'for some time' while emergency services deal with the scene.
The force added that the road is closed in both directions and urged drivers to avoid the area and find different routes for their journeys.
⚠ ROAD CLOSED ⚠— TVP Windsor (@TVP_Windsor) January 14, 2022
King Edward VII Avenue in Windsor is currently closed in both directions due to a serious road traffic collision.
It is likely to remain closed for some time.
Please avoid the area and find alternative routes. pic.twitter.com/n6uOSXhApx