Posted: Wed 9th Jan 2019

Two people freed by fire service from crash on Golftyn Lane last night

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jan 9th, 2019


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North Wales Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed it was called to reports of a collision on Golftyn Lane just before 7.30pm on Wednesday night.

Yvonne got in touch to say “multiple emergency services vehicles were heading down Ffordd Llanarth at speed towards the college junction with sirens in the distance too.”

Paramedics also attended the scene, a Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said:

“We receive a call at 7:20pm last night and responded with a Rapid Response Vehicle and an Emergency Ambulance.

One patient was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital, Chester.

A spokesperson for the Fire Service said:

“We were called to reports of a single vehicle collision on Golftyn Lane at 7.23pm.

Two appliances attended, two casualties were helped from the vehicle, one was cut free by firefighters.”

@Richardgrubb12 said on Twitter: “Anybody know what’s happening up by Connah’s Quay High school a number of police cars and forensic van going up Golftyn Lane.”

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