Ambulance crash in Wales leaves five injured including two children | UK | News

A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman said the accident happend at the junction of Upper Nash and the A477, between Milton and Pembroke Dock.

The collision, which involved a taxi and a Honda CRV Welsh Ambulance Service First Responder, happened at about 12.25am.

Both cars were travelling east, towards Milton, from the direction of Pembroke Dock.

The spokesman added: “The driver of the taxi, a silver Skoda Octavia, is in hospital in a critical condition.

“Four passengers – two adults and two teenage children – are in hospital with serious injuries.

“The ambulance did not have any patients on board; the driver suffered slight injuries.”

Firefighers attended the scene and removed several victims from the wreckage of the taxi.

No arrests have been made and Pembrokeshire Roads Policing Unit is investigating and appealing for witnesses.

The road was closed after the incident with diversions put in place, but it has since reopened to traffic.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact police it by calling 101, quoting reference DP-20180916-007.

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