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Saturday, 04 July 2015

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UPDATE: Cumbria road re-opens after crash, man taken to hospital with serious injuries

A CUMBRIA road has re-opened after a car crash which has resulted in an elderly man being taken to hospital with serious injuries.

The A6071 near to Whitesyke Garden Centre in Longtown has reopened following a road traffic collision earlier this morning.

Police were called at 9.59am today following reports of a two vehicle road traffic collision.

One of the vehicles involved was a Jaguar X-Type. The driver was an elderly male from Smithfield who was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

The other vehicle was Volvo vehicle. The driver did not suffer any injuries.

Police have thanked motorists for their patience.

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