A patient was treated after a “horrific” crash in which a car collided with three other parked vehicles.
The A4 Hotwell Road was closed for several hours by police following the crash, which took place just before 8.15pm yesterday (July 31).
Two casualties managed to free themselves from a vehicle and were assessed by ambulance crews.
Pictures taken from the scene and shared by Temple fire station on Twitter show heavily damaged cars, including one on its side.
One witness said: “This was a horrific crash but the emergency services seem to have got everyone out OK.”
Avon Fire and Rescue statement
“On arrival, firefighters found two casualties had self-rescued from one vehicle and were being assessed by ambulance crews.
“Firefighters remained on scene to assist the police in clearing the roadway.”
(Image: Avon Fire and Rescue)
Avon and Somerset Constabulary confirmed this morning (August 1) that no arrests have been made in connection with the incident but enquiries remain ongoing.
“There were no arrests and enquiries continue,” a police spokeswoman said.
“Any witnesses who have not yet spoken to police officers can get in touch through www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/contact , or by calling 101, quoting reference 5219175695.”
A South Western Ambulance Service spokeswoman said a patient was treated at the scene.
“We were called at 8.12pm to reports of a road traffic incident,” she said.
“We attended with two ambulances, two rapid response vehicles and HART (hazardous area response team).
“One patient was treated at the scene.”
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