Four taken to hospital for ‘checks’ following collision on A55 in Broughton
Two adults and two children were taken to hospital earlier following a collision on the A55 at Broughton.
The two-vehicle crash happened at around 1pm on the Westbound side at junction 36.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident.
Police confirmed that the four individuals taken to the hospital did not sustain serious injuries and were there for checks.
Officers also thanked an “anonymous lady” who offered them McFlurries, providing a moment of relief on what the police described as a “busy day on the roads.”
Posting an update on the North Wales Roads Policing Unit page, a spokesperson said:
“A big thank you to an anonymous lady who supplied officers today in #Broughton with McFlurries while we were dealing with a two-vehicle road traffic collision.”
“The road was closed for some time while investigation and clean-up work continued.”
“The collision involving two vehicles has now been cleared. Two adults and two children have been taken to the Countess of Chester for checks. Their injuries are not serious, and we thank the public for their patience on what has been a busy day on the roads.”
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