Men named after A413 tragedy

The scene of last week's collision on the A413

The scene of last week's collision on the A413

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THE two drivers who were killed in a collision on the A413 last week have been named.

They have been named as 29-year-old Carl Bird, of Hillary Road, High Wycombe, and 64-year-old Malcolm Tindall of Somerville Way, Aylesbury.

Both men were driving in opposite directions along the A413 near Great Missenden when they were involved in a collision between Bowood Lane and Leather Lane at 6am on Tuesday, March 4.

A female passenger in the black Vauxhall Astra being driven by Mr Bird was taken to John Radcliffe Hospital with serious injuries.

An inquest into the deaths of both men, which opened on Friday, ruled they died from multiple injuries. It has been adjourned until June 18.

Thames Valley Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the crash. Anyone with information should call PC Sarah Phillips on 101.

Email bfpnews@london.newsquest.co.uk with any tributes to the men.

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9:08pm Tue 11 Mar 14

tigeran says...

Awful, I am so sorry and my comments on the breaking story for this tragedy meant no harm. I truly meant no harm, genuinely only for no further heartache. My absolute regards for both families. RIP.
Awful, I am so sorry and my comments on the breaking story for this tragedy meant no harm. I truly meant no harm, genuinely only for no further heartache. My absolute regards for both families. RIP. tigeran
  • Score: 5

9:30pm Tue 11 Mar 14

trot on says...

I would suggest you think next time before you write as it can come accross harsh. You have apologised that in itsel speaks volumes. I have lost a young son and I have had to read on other websites some not very nice rlthings that aren't true, it's all speculation. This was the reason I commented on your post. There are no words that can describe what his family are going through.
I would suggest you think next time before you write as it can come accross harsh. You have apologised that in itsel speaks volumes. I have lost a young son and I have had to read on other websites some not very nice rlthings that aren't true, it's all speculation. This was the reason I commented on your post. There are no words that can describe what his family are going through. trot on
  • Score: 3

9:36pm Tue 11 Mar 14

trot on says...

My thoughts are with both families.
My thoughts are with both families. trot on
  • Score: 4

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