Three in hospital after lorry and car crash

Three men have been taken to hospital after a collision involving three cars and a flatbed truck on a busy Potteries road. Three ambulances and police were called out to Cobridge Road on the outskirts of Hanley this morning. And three men have since been taken to hospital as officers continue to investigate the crash, which took place close to the junction with Edgeware Street.

More traffic and travel news A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “Officers were called to reports of a road traffic collision on the morning of October 13. “At 9:26am, four vehicles (three cars and one flatbed truck) were involved in a collision on Cobridge Road.

“An investigation is ongoing.” A spokeswoman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We were called to reports of a multi-vehicle RTC on Cobridge Road. More stories

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Three men from two vehicles involved in the collision were assessed on scene; the driver of a van, the driver of a taxi and a taxi passenger. “All three were conveyed to Royal Stoke University Hospital with injuries not believed to be serious.” Not signed up to the newsletter?

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