TWO men are in a serious condition in hospital after a car crash in Wrexham.
The one-vehicle incident happened on Salisbury Road at its junction with Bennion Road at approximately 11.40pm on Sunday.
Four young males travelling in a black Seat Ibiza collided with a wall close to the Green Dragon pub.
Two of the men are in a serious condition at Wrexham Maelor Hospital but their injuries are not considered to be life-threatening.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said: “We had four Welsh ambulances at the scene plus a Shropshire ambulance.
“All four casualties, who were young males, were taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
“Two of the men are in a serious condition.”
A spokesman for North Wales Fire and Rescue said: “We were called to a one-vehicle road traffic collision at 11.42pm.
“Two crews from Wrexham attended.
“One man was already out of the car on arrival, two had to be supported out, and the fourth had to cut out by our fire crews.”
A North Wales Police spokesman said: “A black Seat Ibiza was the only vehicle involved in the collision. The vehicle required recovering.
“Two men are in hospital with serious injuries although they are not life threatening.
“The road was reopened at approximately 4am.
“We are appealling to anyone who witnessed the incident to call us on 101 quoting the police reference number P174000.”
The car collided with a boundary wall at the home of Alison Jones of Bennion Road.
Mrs Jones said it was the fifth time since 1999 the wall had been struck in a traffic incident.
“This was the third serious collision. I was watching television on Sunday night when I heard a bang come from outside,” said Mrs Jones, 47.
“I went to find out what had happened. I could see there had been an accident. The car had smoke or steam coming out of the engine compartment.
“A man who had been out walking phoned the emergency services on his mobile.
People stopped to see if they could help.
“The police, fire and ambulance services came quickly.”