A man and woman were rushed to hospital following a road traffic collision in Portadown this morning (Sunday).
The two vehicles collided on the Northway shortly before 9am.
Emergency services, including the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance, attended the scene.
The man and woman were taken to hospital for treatment for what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries.
A PSNI spokesperson confirmed the road re-opening.
“The Northway, Portadown has now reopened to traffic following a two vehicle RTC earlier this morning,” said the spokesperson.
“A man and woman were taken to hospital for treatment for what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries.”
On Saturday, seven people sustained injuries in a two vehicle road collision between Armagh and Moy.
All – including two young boys – were taken to hospital for treatment.
Police said the injuries were believed to be non life-threatening.
The collision happened at the Armagh Road, near Moy, at the junction of the Lislasley Road late this afternoon.
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