Crash leaves car overturned on Four Elms Hill, Newton Poppleford
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Casualties suffered minor injuries in collision near Sidmouth this morning
A car was left on its roof after a crash on Four Elms Hill, near Sidmouth, today (Friday).
Police attended the scene in the early hours of this morning and fire crews and paramedics were called to assist.
A spokesman for South Western Ambulance Service confirmed there were two casualties who suffered minor injuries and were taken to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (RD&E).
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue service sent two appliances from Sidmouth at 6.07am in response to reports people were trapped in the car.
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Upon arrival, fire crews found that all casualties were clear of the car so they administered first aid and made the vehicle safe.
PCSO Steven Blanchford-Cox, of Sidmouth’s neighbourhood police team, said investigations are ongoing.
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The road is now clear.