Fire engines called out to Sidmouth road collision

PUBLISHED: 08:49 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 08:57 06 March 2018

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The incident on the A3052 near Four Elms Hill involved a car and a lorry according to a Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue spokesman.

Fire engines were called out to a road traffic collision near Sidmouth this morning (Tuesday, March 6).

Two appliances from Sidmouth and the heavy rescue vehicle from Middlemoor were called out after reports of a collision on the A3052 near Four Elms Hill at around 7.40am.

A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue spokesman said: “The incident involved one car and a lorry and no persons were trapped.

“The vehicles and scene were made safe.”

According to Devon and Cornwall Police traffic watch, Four Elms Hill is still blocked both ways due to the incident between the B3178 Exmouth Road and Venn Ottery Road.


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