UPDATE: A 69-year-old man who was involved in a collision in Wrexham has died. Kenneth Gordon Brereton, who was from the Rossett area of Wrexham, died at Stoke Hospital yesterday morning (Sunday, February 24).
Police investigating are continuing to appeal to anyone who witnessed the collision on the Llan-Y- Pwll link Road at around the 9.30am on February 6 to get in touch. They are keen to hear from anyone who saw a green coloured Land Rover Freelander on the A5156 to contact PC Aled Jackson at the Roads Policing Unit on 101.
Original Story from Wednesday 6th February:
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured following a road traffic collision on Wednesday 6th February.
The 69-year-old man suffered serious head injuries when the Land Rover Freelander he was travelling in was involved in a collision with a van on the A5156 at around 9.30am today.
Police are appealing to anyone who may have been on the Llan-y-pwll link road at the time, and who saw a green Land Rover Freelander, which was believed to be stationary at the time of the incident, to call the Roads Policing Unit on 101.
A woman, who was also in the Freelander at the time, remains in hospital with minor injuries, while the driver of the van has been discharged.
Original Article: Just before 10am this morning a land rover and a small lorry collided on the eastbound Llan Y Pwll link road.
Emergency services were called at 09:39 , and three people have been taken to hospital, one with serious injuries.
The road is currently closed, and a diversion is in place for Industrial Estate traffic taking them down Chester Rd then out through Holt Rd. The carriageway travelling towards the A483 / north west direction is open to traffic.
A secondary incident occurred by the A541 Mold Rd slip road for the A483 bypass minutes after involving two cars, causing minor injuries to those involved.
Update: The road remains closed as of 4pm.
Update: As of 4:40pm the road is now open.
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