A woman has died following a collision which involved two vehicles on 1 July.
Officers were called at around 4pm on Saturday 1 July to the Meysey Hampton crossroads on the A417 to reports of a two vehicle collision.
Pamela Daniels, 65, was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol after sustaining life threatening injuries.
Sadly she died a week later on Saturday 8 July.
Her family have released the following statement: "Pamela was a much loved lady who had lived in the village of Meysey Hampton for over 20 years with her family.
"She was an active member of the local community having been a post lady in the village for 10 years and enjoying walking with the local walking group.
"Pamela was a keen gardener who really appreciated the beauty of the area she lived and through this she encouraged others to do the same.
"Pamela had lovely qualities, she was a kind and gentle person who was humble and private and she lived for her husband, sons and grandchildren.
"This has been a tragic loss for her family and the community who have lost a much loved mother, granny, wife, auntie, sister, neighbour and friend."
The family would like to be given time to come to terms with what has happened and ask that their privacy at this time is respected.
A male passenger who suffered chest injuries in the collision was also taken to Southmead Hospital but has since been discharged.
No arrests have been made at this time.
Officers are investigating and any witnesses who haven't already spoken to us should call police on 101 and quote incident 339 of 1/7/17.