Four-vehicle A39 Somerset crash sparks appeal

The occupants of four cars suffered minor injuries in the A39 crash
-Credit: (Image: Sean Hansford | Manchester Evening News)

An investigation has been launched after four-vehicle crash in Somerset. Police officers were called to the A39 near Minehead at around 3.25pm on Saturday, June 22.

The collision involved a red Mini Cooper, a blue VW Up, a black BMW X2 and blue Ford Fiesta, Avon and Somerset Police said. The occupants of the cars involved reported suffering minor injuries as a result of the four-way collision.

Avon and Somerset Police are now appealing for witnesses. Anyone who saw what happened, or has relevant dashcam footage is asked to get in contact.

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The force said in a statement: "Officers investigating a four-car collision near Minehead on Saturday are appealing for witnesses and anyone with dashcam footage to come forward.

"We were called at 3.25pm on Saturday 22 June to reports of the collision on the A39 at Venniford Cross, near Tivington. Only minor injuries were reported by the occupants of the involved red Mini Cooper, blue VW Up, black BMW X2 and blue Ford Fiesta.

"If you witnessed the collision or have any dashcam footage of it and have not yet spoken to an officer, please call 101 and quote log 674 of Saturday 22 June."