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This article was published on May 13th, 2015
A man has been rushed to hospital following an accident involving multiple vehicles, one of which was a tractor and a trailer. Emergency services responded promptly to the calls to attend the crash scene at around 6 pm despite it being in a very rural area.
The road was blocked as a result of the accident and Police secured the area while the occupants of the vehicles were treated for their injuries. Fortunately most of the drivers were unhurt but one man, a 20 year old, was taken to hospital for further assessment and treatment.
The road was closed for an hour whilst vehicles were removed which caused long tailbacks.
A spokesman from the Welsh Ambulance Service said the 20 year-old man who was injured in the crash is not thought to have sustained serious injuries.
A spokesman from the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service added: “We were called at 6.06pm to an accident involving a tractor and several cars.
“Crews from Bangor and Conwy are in attendance.
“One casualty has been taken to hospital by ambulance.”
Whether you are involved in a minor fender bender or an accident that hospitalises you, it is so important to get the right legal advice. If an accident wasn’t your fault and you lost earnings through time off work, suffered ongoing pain and discomfort or even sustained life changing injuries, then you may be entitled to financial compensation to pay for rehabilitation, medical bills etc. At Thorneycroft solicitors we pride ourselves on ensuring our clients get what they are entitled to.
We offer a free initial interview in order to review your specific circumstances and assess the viability of your claim. After this, the majority of claims are dealt with on a no win – no fee basis.
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