A Taxi Driver Has Been Taken to Hospital After a Crash

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A Taxi Driver Has Been Taken to Hospital After a Crash

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Five people, including a taxi driver, got serious injuries in a crash involving three vehicles outside the entrance to St John’s RC Primary School in Trowbridge this afternoon. All of them were taken to the hospital immediately after the crash.

One woman was cut free from a blue Honda Accord and a black Ford Galaxy taxi containing a driver, and his passengers are understood to have overturned. It is understood the taxi driver has been taken by land ambulance to Southmead Hospital in Bristol.

It is still unknown how badly the passengers have been hurt in the crash.

A South Western Ambulance Service told that they were called at 2.24pm about a road traffic incident on Wingfield Road, Trowbridge. The ambulance crews treated and conveyed five patients by land ambulances to the hospital. None of them was too serious.

According to the Wiltshire Police, they are currently dealing with a three-vehicle road traffic collision on the A366 Wingfield Road in Trowbridge. The incident has happened close to the entrance of St John’s RC Primary School, and the road is currently blocked for the regular traffic. The police suggested motorists to avoid the area and find alternative routes.

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