Rainworth Bypass crash: four casualties confirmed in three-car collision
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed four people were injured in a multi-car collision on a busy Mansfield road.
The collision on Sunday November 14 was attended by fire crews, police and East Midlands Ambulance Service, with motorists saying it was the most emergency service personnel they had ever seen at a crash.
Firefighters from Nottinghamshire had to extract two casualties from their vehicles and a further two people also required medical assistance.
Four people were taken to hospital for treatment, the severity of their injuries has not yet been confirmed.
A spokesperson from Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service said: “Crews from Ashfield, Blidworth and Newark attended a road traffic collision between three vehicles on Sunday, November 14, at about 1.30pm at Rainworth Bypass Roundabout.
"At the scene, firefighters extracted two casualties who were trapped, with four casualties in total being taken by ambulance to hospital.
“Fire crews handed over the scene to police at 2.30pm.”
Nottinghamshire Police have been approached for an update.