Police seek information after Ulverston accident
Published at 09:29, Saturday, 08 December 2012
A COLLISION caused disruption in Ulverston town centre for around an hour.
At 1pm on Friday, Cumbria police were called to an accident on the A590 at the Queen Street junction in Ulverston.
A blue, old-style, Mazda MX5, driven by a 20-year-old local male, pulled out of the junction and collided with a grey Volkswagen Golf.
Both vehicles were damaged in the incident and the 36-year-old male driver of the Golf, who was also from Ulverston, was taken to Furness General Hospital for treatment.
The eastbound carriageway of the road was blocked for over an hour, with drivers having to share the carriageway with vehicles which were going in the opposite direction.
Ulverston police are asking for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact PC Mark Turner on 101.
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