Firefighters had to free a man after more than one car crashed in Stockport this morning.
Emergency services were stopped shortly after 9:30 a.m. Monday at Brahmhall Lane, Devin Port, after three cars collided near the Julie Sailor Pub.
When he arrived, emergency services operated to remove a man from a car, who was later taken to hospital.
Of Manchester Evening News. Understands that his injuries are not serious.
A statement from the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said: “At around 9.40am on Monday, September 6, firefighters were called to a road traffic collision on Brahmamal Lane in Devin Port, Stockport.”
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Two fire engines from Stockport and Aferton stations, along with Ashton Under Lane’s technical response unit, rushed to the scene.
“Three cars were involved in the collision.
“Firefighters used expert equipment to get a man out of the vehicle, before he was transported to the care of Northwest Ambulance Service colleagues and taken to hospital. Firefighters secured the scene and Stay for about 30 minutes.
The Northwest Ambulance Service added: “We received a 999 call at 9.38am. One person has been taken to hospital.
There was a siege on Monday morning to allow emergency workers to do most of their work.
The siege is believed to have been lifted around 12pm, when other emergency workers fled the scene.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police confirmed that no arrests had been made since the incident.