Two people were taken to hospital following a four vehicle crash in Co Armagh this morning (Saturday).
The collision occurred on the Tullycairn Road area of Lurgan shortly after 11am.
Emergency services rushed to the scene and diversions were put in place.
A PSNI spokesperson said: “At approximately 11.10am this morning, Saturday, 14 December police received a report of a four vehicle road traffic collision on Tullyrain Road, Craigavon.
“Two people have been taken to hospital to get checked.”
Officers were still at the scene this afternoon but it is understood diversions kept disruption to a minimum.
There are no further details at this stage.
great service from local @PSNIABC on the ground – just phoned confirming 4 vehicle RTC A26 Tullyraine Rd – small 5 min diversion in place to keep traffic moving – incident should be cleared up by 12:45 (12:20) #CoArmagh https://t.co/A0X0w0eIGP
— Trafficwatch NI (@TrafficwatchNI) December 14, 2019
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