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A 6 year-old boy from Bovingdon has been killed in a road crash.
Thames Valley police say the school-boy was died after the car he was in crashed on Friday afternoon.
The black Ford Ka was driven by a 29 year-old woman, which crashed on Ley Hill Road in Chesham, Bucks at 4.15 on Friday (13th Sept).
The boy was pronounced dead at the scene.
Thames Valley Police say an investigation into the crash is continuing.
No arrests have been made.
Anyone with information on the collision is asked to contact Sgt Kerry Clarke or PC Julia Stroud from the Road Death Investigation Team at Bicester on 101.
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