TWO men have died in a serious crash after a Renault Megane and a lorry collided.

Police sealed off the A33 near Swallowfield at about 5.25pm yesterday after receiving reports of a bad crash.

The incident on Sunday, April 11, saw an orange coloured Renault Megane and a white HGV crash into one another.

They were both driving on the southbound carriageway.

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Thames Valley Police have confirmed that the two men inside the Renault Megane died at the scene.

They have been identified as a 26 and 31-year-old man and their families have been informed and supported by specially trained officers.

Police have confirmed the driver of the lorry was not injured.

No one has been arrested.

Investigating officer, Sergeant Darren Brown, of the Serious Collisions Investigating Unit, said: “This was a tragic incident which resulted in the death of two men in the Renault Megane.

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“I am appealing to any motorists who were also using the A33 at this time, to get in touch if they have any information relating to this incident, or if they saw anything.

“I am particularly appealing to any dash-cam users. Please review your footage and contact us if there is anything significant on it.

“I’d also appeal to anyone who saw either vehicle prior to the collision. Both were travelling southbound, from the direction of Reading, and heading out of the county and towards Basingstoke.

“Please contact 101 and quote 43210152016 if you can help. Or you can report online.”