go

Lucky escape at two-car Cold Ash collision

Incident forces road closure

Jane Meredith

Reporter:

Jane Meredith

Contact:

01635 886637

49-0106p-Young-Firefighters

Those involved in a two car Cold Ash collision this morning (Wednesday) and which forced a road closure, had a lucky escape.

Two fire engines from Newbury Fire Station were called at 6.44am, to the junction of the Ridge and Lawrence's Lane, where two cars were involved in what firefighters at the scene described as a fairly severe impact collision.

Those involved suffered minor injuries, according to firefighters, who put this down to the use of seatbelts and deployment of air bags in the vehicles.

Ambulance and police were also at the scene.

The road was closed during the incident.

Firefighters left at 7.15am.

Leave your comment

Share your opinions on Newbury Weekly News

Characters left: 1000

News

Newbury man facing kidnap and rape charges
News

Newbury man appears in court on kidnap and rape charges

79-year-old remanded in custody following review of 1972 case

 
Three young men seriously injured in Woolhampton crash
News

Three young men seriously injured in Woolhampton crash

Seven of nine people injured in two-car collision remain in hospital

5comments

 
All Districts

Nine people injured in collision

 
News

Litter louts are spoiling village

3comments

 
News

Council blocks Newbury business park flat plans