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The accident in the village of Huddersfield left four people injured

Four people were injured following a two-vehicle collision in Huddersfield last night.

Police, fire and ambulance staff attended the crash in Shop Lane, Kirkheaton, just before 7pm, involving a Land Rover Freelander and a Renault Arkana. Four people were injured, according to the fire department.




A West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “We were called at 6.46pm to reports of a road traffic collision on Shop Lane which involved two crews from Huddersfield.

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“Two cars collided with four people injured, but they were self-extricated. We freed one victim from a vehicle and made the scene safe before leaving.”

A spokesman for Yorkshire Ambulance Services said: “We received an emergency call at 6.40pm on Monday to reports of a collision between two vehicles on Shop Lane, Kirkheaton, Huddersfield.

“Two ambulances were sent to the scene and two patients were taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.”

A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said three people were believed to have been injured in the collision. The injuries were not considered serious.