Footage of a crash near a Swindon pub has sparked more concerns over the safety of a junction where a scooter rider lost his life last year.

A now-removed video filmed from the Freke Arms in Swanborough and posted on Faceboook shows a Thames Water van and a Mini colliding on Monday (April 11).

Landlords claim it is the fourth crash they have seen on the Hannington turn-off along the B4019 since the fatal incident in June 2021.

"Fourth accident on this road since June 2 2021 - three of which were on this junction, even after months of petitioning and talks with councillors, still this same accident is occurring," the publicans wrote in their post.

"Please, please slow down around the bends surrounding the pub, and give plenty of time before turning, a combination of high speeds and low visibility seems to be reoccurring and it would be so sad to see more tributes to loved ones on the side of that road. Stay safe."

On June 2, 2021, 47-year-old dad of two Paul Patterson was riding his Piaggio Scooter when he crashed with a Lexus and was killed.

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Following his death, Freke Arms landlords Karen and David Longman, members of the public and Paul's family made calls for something to be done about the road. 

David started a petition asking for changes to be made which has now received over 3,000 signatures. 

Read: More than 1,000 people support call for changes to 'dangerous' junction where man died in crash

"I want to get the layout of the road changed, I think too many people have suffered as a result of the poor layout at this accident blackspot and it is about time the local council together with the Highways Agency listened and looked at how this section of road can be made safer," he wrote in the petition. 

Paul's widow Lorna Knowles-Patterson supported the petition. 

"Thank you to everyone signing and sharing, he was my husband and the most amazing dad to our children, we are just broken," she said. 

"Life will never be the same and I need to know this will never happen to another family, being at this spot over the last few days has proved that there are drivers that take no notice at all, I'd say half the cars turning don't even look when they turn down that junction."