A car went up in flames this morning following a crash in county Armagh this morning.
Two men were taken to hospital as a result of the accident on the Banbridge Road just outside Craigavon.
The fire service confirmed that three crews attended the scene and while the two men were out of their vehicles by the time rescue services arrived, one car was on fire.
A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Two fire appliances from Banbridge Fire Station and one Fire Appliance from Lurgan Fire Station were deployed to the scene. Two males were out of their vehicles prior to the arrival of Fire Crews and one car that was alight was extinguished. Hydraulic cutting gear was used during the incident to make the vehicle safe.
“Both men were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment to their injuries by colleagues from Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.
“The incident finished at 7:20am and the incident has been passed through to the Police Service of Northern Ireland.”
A PSNI spokesperson said: “The collision, involving a Renault Megane and Toyota Corolla, occurred around 6.50am. Emergency services attended and two people received treatment for injuries which are not believed to be life threatening.”
Another serious accident outside our home at Banbridge road, Tullylish this morning… pic.twitter.com/d1AmABIl1J
— Karen Grimason (@KarenGrimason) February 12, 2015