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Road Wars police officer dies in motorcycle crash

Road Wars police officer dies in motorcycle crash

The policeman, who starred on Sky One series Road Wars, was on duty at the time of the accident, in which a 91 year old also died.

PC James Dixon, whose wife Samantha is heavily pregnant, died when his motorcycle was in collision with a vehicle near Hare Hatch on Tuesday.

"PC Dixon was based at Loddon Valley police station".

Thames Valley Police said the closest relative of both PC Dixon and the expired lady have been educated.

The officer, who had recently married, was a well-known figure after appearing in the Sky TV programme, which follows police officers as they carry out their jobs. "Our thoughts are with PC Dixon's family, as well as those of the 91-year-old woman who died in the collision, at this very hard time".

The pensioner, who was a passenger in the auto, was also killed while the female driver was taken to hospital.

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On the force's Facebook page, Ali Ashman posted: 'RIP Dixie, it was a pleasure knowing you.

"My officers, staff and I were devastated to hear the very sad news about our colleague". "Next of kin have been informed". Today we have lost a well loved and highly thought of colleague. Friends and family of the newlywed officer yesterday placed flowers at the crash spot, paying tribute to him as well as the other victim - named locally as Gladys Goodwin.

A POLICE officer and a pensioner have died following a fatal crash.

The identity of the woman who died in the incident is yet to be released.

"My thoughts are with all those who knew him at this very hard time #PCJamesDixon".

A police spokesman said: "As is standard procedure, due to the fact that the incident resulted in the deaths of a member of the public and an on-duty police officer, Thames Valley Police has made a mandatory referral to the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) who have begun an investigation".