Fresh calls have been made for an upgrade of a notorious blackspot following a three car pile-up.
Three people were taken to hospital following an Easter weekend smash on the A417, near the Air Balloon Roundabout.
The stretch of road near the roundabout, towards Nettleton Bottom road was closed in both directions by emergency services on Sunday night following the smash.
The crash had led to renewed calls for something to be done about the bottleneck, which claimed the lives of four people this winter.
A spokesman for Gloucestershire police said three people were taken to hospital by South West Ambulance Service, but the drivers and passengers were not thought to have been seriously injured.
A grey BMW three series, a white Nissan Qashqai, and a blue Vauxhall Astra were involved in the three car pile-up at around 5.20pm.
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service confirmed one woman had to be cut out of her vehicle.
Businesses, political parties and various organisations have come together to try to find a solution to the long-term congestion problems at the roundabout.
There have been more than 30 fatalities on the road since 2000 and around 4,000 people have added their names to the Fill the A417 Missing Link in Gloucestershire campaign.
It calls for a new £255 million dual carriageway bypass the A417 Loop, between Cowley roundabout and Brockworth.
The proposal has now been submitted to the government as part of a strategic economic plan for Gloucestershire, which supporters hope will gain financial backing in Spring 2015.
Councillor Paul Hodgkinson (LD, Churn Valley), said: “Obviously the past six months have been pretty awful for that stretch of road.
“Last November we had the deaths of three people in one weekend and since then a serious of accidents culminated in Sunday night’s crash.
“It is extremely sad not only for those involved, but also their families.
“It reinforces the urgent need to get something sorted as soon as possible.
“Although the circumstances of this latest crash are not known, the A417 has some challenging conditions, particularly in bad weather and because of the layout of the road.
“It means you get traffic hurtling down, at what can be high speeds, with no crash barrier, and sadly that means there will be accidents and they can be serious.”
When the Echo launched the campaign for the A417 Loop at the beginning of this year, councillor Mark Hawthorne, leader of the county council, said it was time for Gloucestershire to speak with one voice in calling for the £255 million scheme.