UK News Everything we know about crash which shut A541 near Mold
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A person was taken to hospital following a four-vehicle crash which shut a road for more than three hours.
Emergency services were called to the A541 in Hendre near Mold
The road was closed in both directions while firefighters, paramedics and police officers dealt with the incident.
Aspokesman said one person was taken to hospital, while two others were treated at the scene of the incident.
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They said: "We were called today at approximately 2.56pm to reports of a road traffic collision on the A541, Denbigh Road,.
"We responded with three ambulances and three rapid response vehicles.
"Two patients were discharged at the scene and one patient was transported to”
The ambulance service did not release details about whether the person taken to hospital was a man or woman.
Their injuries are not believed to be serious.
A fire service spokesman said two fire engines attended the scene and helped to make the vehicles involved electrically safe.
They said nobody was trapped in their vehicles.
UK police to travel to US in car crash probe
LONDON (AP) — British police plan to travel to the U.S. to interview an American diplomat's wife involved in a crash that killed a British teenager. Northamptonshire Police Chief Nick Adderley said Tuesday that officers will travel as soon as their visas are arranged. They plan to interview Anne Sacoolas about the crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn in August when his motorcycle collided with a car allegedly driven by Sacoolas outside a British air force base in southern England used by the U.S. military.Sacoolas left Britain shortly after the crash, though police released a statement saying she had previously told them she had no plans to depart.
Following the crash, police took to social media to warn motorists to avoid the area.
They said: "The emergency services are currently dealing with a road traffic collision on the A541 in Hendre,.
"The road is closed and we are asking motorists to please avoid the area and use an alternative route.
"We will update with more info as we get it."
A spokesman later appealed for anyone who witnessed the crash to get in touch on 101, quoting reference number X153323.
In a separate incident, motorists experienced delays on theat Aston Hill in following a four-vehicle crash.
The accident took place at around 4pm, and led to one lane being blocked on the westbound carriageway.
It sparked major delays for motorists, with queues stretching back to the Wales-England border.
The crash was cleared at around 5.20pm, but delays remained for motorists on the stretch of road.
Nobody is believed to have been hurt in the crash.
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LONDON (AP) — British police have interviewed an American diplomat's wife who was involved in a crash that killed a British teenager and have passed their recommendations on to U.K. prosecutors. Northamptonshire Police interviewed Anne Sacoolas about the crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn in August. His motorcycle collided with a car she was allegedly driving near a British military base used by the U.S. military in southern England. The 42-year-old Sacoolas left Britain shortly after the crash.She was granted diplomatic immunity. Dunn's family has launched a campaign seeking its revocation.
The aftermath of a road Accident on the A541 near Afonwen which killed two people.