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Crash in Kingsbridge closes road

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Crash in Kingsbridge closes road

Police and ambulance were on scene this afternoon after a two-vehicle crash near Morrisons in Kingsbridge. 

Police were called to a collision on Higher Union Road, Kingsbridge, at 2.50pm on Tuesday, 28 June.

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police were notified at 2.50pm to a collision on Higher Union Road, Kingsbridge involving two cars.

"Both ambulance and fire service in attendance. Only minor injuries reported

"One of the cars still waiting on recovery."

The road is now clear. 

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