Two hurt, one seriously, in crash on A38 near Plymouth
TWO people have been left seriously injured following a collision between two vehicles, one of which is believed to have been travelling the wrong way down a carriageway, police have said.
Officers are appealing for witnesses after a green Ford minibus and a white Fiat van collided on the A38 at Menheniot just before 5.30am yesterday.
Inspector Andy Oliver, for Devon and Cornwall Police, said: "We are investigating the possibility that one of the vehicles was travelling the wrong way on the dual carriageway."
Four people are believed to have been involved in the crash, two in each vehicle.
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A female with serious chest injuries and a male with serious leg injuries were taken to Derriford Hospital.
The west bound carriageway was closed for around four hours to allow an investigation of the scene to be undertaken.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting log number 213 of September 31.