One person treated by paramedics after two-vehicle collision at Sixteen Foot Bank, Stonea

PUBLISHED: 16:01 15 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:02 15 August 2017

Accident at Boots Bridge, Sixteen Foot Bank. PHOTO: Twitter/FenCops.

Accident at Boots Bridge, Sixteen Foot Bank. PHOTO: Twitter/FenCops.

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One person was treated by paramedics after a two-vehicle collision at Sixteen Foot Bank, Stonea on Tuesday.

A police spokesman said: “We were called to the incident, which involved a silver Ford Fiesta and red Nissan van, at around 1.05pm.

“One person received minor injuries and an ambulance was called.

“The road was blocked but the incident was cleared at around 3.30pm.”

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