'Road Wars' traffic police officer killed in auto crash

Tributes poured in for James Dixon

Tributes poured in for James Dixon

"Our thoughts remain with Pc Dixon's family and friends, as well as those of the 91-year-old woman, at this very hard time".

PC Dixon, known to "Dixie" as friends, was based at Loddon Valley police station, near Reading.

A 91-year-old woman, who was a passenger in the auto, was also killed.

Tributes have been paid to Thames Valley Police officer Pc James Dixon, who died after a collision involving the motorcycle and a auto on Bath Road in Wargrave, Berkshire.

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"Dixie. Thoughts with his family and colleagues".

Tributes to PC Dixon have been posted in comments on Thames Valley Police's Facebook page, with many referring to watching him on the Sky 1 TV series Road Wars. "It was a real pleasure to know you and my heart goes out to your family and loved ones".

Their next of kin have been informed. The police family has lost one of its best'.

She added: "Heard so many great things about him today, we truly have lost an unbelievable officer".

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The elderly woman was a passenger in the vehicle, and the driver was rushed to hospital.

Police Constable James Dixon, who featured on Sky 1's Road Wars, has been killed in a road accident. "Thoughts are with all families and friends involved, especially the officers who had to attend".

While a third added: "R.I.P "Dixie" PC James Dixon from #roadwars". It is not thought that the driver's injuries are life-threatening.

TRIBUTES have been paid to a "hugely respected officer" who died in a collision on Tuesday.

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A spokesman for Thames Valley police said that an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) into the cause of the crash was underway, but no arrests had been made. "My thoughts are with all those who knew him at this very hard time".

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