Three dead in Chiswick road accident
killed in a road traffic collision after a night out
At approximately 23:30 on Sunday night three men, all aged in their
thirties, were in a blue Saab convertible driving westbound in the
A4. As they approached Chiswick roundabout the car collided with
a large road sign (beneath the elevated section of the M4).
have been named as John McMullen from Chiswick, Steven Goddard,
from Ruislip and Matthew O'Leary from Cove, near Farnborough in
Hampshire. All three men were in their 30s.
London Ambulance Service and HEMS arrived shortly afterwards. Two
occupants were pronounced dead at the scene. The third was pronounced
dead shortly after arriving at West Middlesex hospital.
McMullen had recently become a father after his girlfriend gave
birth to a baby girl the previous Friday. He lived close to the
High Road and was a painter and decorator who was a regular at Jack
funeral of Matthew O'Leary, who grew up in Chiswick, will take place
at Our Lady's Church on the High Road this Thursday (13th).
incident is being investigated by the Collision Investigation Unit
at Hampton under PS Diane Francis. Any witnesses should call them
on 020 8247 6935.
March 7, 2003
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