Emergency services rushed to a three-vehicle crash in Swindon after reports of a “trapped casualty".

Police and fire crews were called to Upham Road, near the junction with Queens Drive, at around 10.30am on Sunday, May 26.

Three cars were involved in a crash and firefighters from Swindon and Westlea stations were deployed after a report that a casualty was trapped in one of the vehicles.

This person was freed from the car without the help of the fire service, however, and the incident was handed over to Wiltshire Police.

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No arrests were made and there are not believed to have been any injuries.

A spokesperson for the force said: “We were called to attend a road traffic collision involving three cars on Upham Road, Swindon, shortly before 10.30am on Sunday, May 26.

“Initially colleagues from Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service were tasked to attend to assist with a reportedly trapped casualty, however the person was freed from his vehicle and their support was not required. 

“There were no reported injuries and no arrests were made.”