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A34 northbound at West Ilsley fully re-open after three car collision

Two people taken to hospital

Jane Meredith

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A34 traffic

THE A34 northbound at West Ilsley has fully re-opened, after a collision involving three cars during this morning's (Wednesday) rush hour. 

Two people were taken to hospital following a collision involving three cars at the A34 northbound, at West Ilsley.

South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) were called at 8.43am, to a collision involving three cars and five casualties and sent two ambulances and a rapid response vehicle.

Three patients were assessed and treated at the scene and two patients were conveyed to the John Radcliffe Hospital , in Oxford, one with leg injuries and another with chest injuries.

Thames Valley Police (TVP) were called shortly after 8.30am.

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