No one hospitalised after four vehicle smash in Derry

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service at the scene of the four vehicle collision in Derry. Photo: Simon Wells

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service at the scene of the four vehicle collision in Derry. Photo: Simon Wells

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People had to treated paramedics at the scene of a four vehicle collision on Madams Bank Road in Derry.

However, after the people were assessed by members of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service none of them required hospital treatment.

“The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service was called at 13:13 this afternoon following reports of a four vehicle RTC on Madam’s Bank Road, Derry.

“One A&E crew attended the scene and after assessment, no patients were transported to hospital,” said N.I.A.S. spokesperson.

The incident occured earlier on Tuesday afternoon and part of the road between the Ballyarnett Roundabout and the entrance to Glenabbey had to be closed.