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Air Ambulance called as two children among four people involved in Lurgan crash

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Two people were taken to hospital following a collision in Lurgan earlier today (Tuesday).

The Air Ambulance – with the HEMS on board – was among the emergency services in attendance at the scene on the Antrim Road this afternoon.

According to the NI Fire and Rescue Service, two adults and two children, were involved in the two vehicle crash at approximately 1.45pm.

Two fire appliances from Lurgan Fire Station and one fire appliance from Portadown Fire Station attended the scene

“Firefighters were called to a two vehicle road traffic collision,” said a NIFRS spokesperson.

“Two adult casualties and two children were involved in the incident and all were all left in the care of Northern Ireland Ambulance Service. The incident was dealt with by 3pm.”

A PSNI spokesperson said police remain at the scene of the road traffic collision at Antrim Road, Lurgan.

“Two people have been taken to hospital. Diversions remain in place at Circular Road and Lake Street, and motorists are asked to continue to avoid the area.”

“There are no further details,” the PSNI spokesperson said.

Diversions were in place at the top of Circular Road and also at Lake Street, however, the road has since re-opened.

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