There has been a two car collision on the Dundrum Road, outside Keady this afternoon.
The cars collided close to a crossroads near Granemore around 4pm.
A police spokesman told Armagh I that there have been no reports of any serious injuries, however, the vehicles involved suffered extensive damage.
One car was catapulted into a nearby field.
Emergency services were dispatched to the scene earlier.
Along with the police, three ambulance crews and one fire appliance remained on the scene for a number of hours. Two people were taken to Craigavon hospital while two others were treated at the scene.
The Granemore Road at the junction of Dundrum Road was closed earlier. The road has since re-opened.
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