Two-car crash in Exeter spotted by passing ambulance crew
A woman has been taken to hospital after a crash in Exeter this afternoon.
Police say a passing ambulance found the collision when it happened to be driving past.
Paramedics pulled up in Polsloe Road in Exeter at 11.25am and began assisting a woman in a car who was complaining of neck injuries.
A red Suzuki Swift and a Chevrolet Cruze collided although it is not clear which car the injured woman was in.
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Fire crews from Danes Castle and Middlemoor were called and used hydraulic cutting equipment and small tools to gain access to the vehicle.
A police spokeswoman said: "The injured female was taken to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital with neck injuries which are not thought to be life threatening."
The road was reopened at 12.50pm.