Four hospitalised after Flint Mountain crash

Reporter:

Kate Forrester

FOUR people were taken to hospital after a crash on Flint Mountain, Flintshire, this afternoon (Sunday).

The police, fire and ambulance service were all called to the incident, which happened near Northop Road Service Station at about 3.40pm.

A man and a woman, a 13-year-old boy and a nine-year-old girl were all taken to the Countess of Chester hospital with whiplash injuries.

A spokesman for the fire service said firefighters cleared debris from the road and made the vehicles electrically safe.

- Emergency services were also called to a crash on the Coast Road, Bagillt, at about 11am.

A man in his 40s and a woman were both taken to Glan Clwyd hospital by ambulance suffering from back, leg and neck pain.

 

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