AN on-duty police officer and a 91-year-old woman have died after a collision on the A4 Bath Road, near Wargrave.
"The collision involved a auto and motorcycle which was being ridden by on-duty police officer PC James Dixon", said a police statement.
The funds will also be shared with the family of the 91-year-old victim who has not yet been named who also sadly died within this incident.
RIP Dixie, it was a pleasure knowing you. Thoughts go out to his family friends and all at TVP.
"My officers, staff and I were devastated to hear the very sad news about our colleague". Today we have lost a well loved and highly thought of colleague.
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"James was a hugely respected officer, serving with the force for 18 years in a variety of roles including in Local Policing, Roads Policing and Force Intelligence and Specialist Operations".
Prime Minister Theresa May paid tribute to PC Dixon and the elderly woman during Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday.
PC Dixon, known to "Dixie" as friends, was based at Loddon Valley police station, near Reading. "Next of kin have been informed".
The driver of the vehicle, a woman, was also injured in the incident and has been taken to hospital for treatment.
News website Police Hour has set up a JustGiving page to raise money to support Dixon's family. "My thoughts are with all those who knew him at this very hard time".
IPCC Associate Commissioner Guido Liguori stated: "My contemplations and sensitivities are with their families and companions and the partners of the officer at this extremely troublesome time".