One person has been taken to hospital with ‘chest injuries’ following a crash involving two vehicles in Sunderland.
Emergency crews attended the scene on Queen Alexander Road at its junction with Victoria Avenue following reports of a collision involving two cars from on Monday morning. One person was in need of further medical assistance at the scene.
A fire engine from Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene to assist the North East Ambulance Service, while police were present to manage traffic.
One person was taken to hospital having suffered chest injuries.
A spokesperson for North East Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 9.45 this morning (January 23) to attend a road traffic collision on Queen Alexander Road at its junction with Victoria Avenue involving two cars.