Fire engines called out to Sidmouth road collision
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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.”
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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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