One taken to hospital after Co Antrim collision
One person has been taken to hospital following a two-vehicle road traffic collision in Co Antrim.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service confirmed a 999 call was received at 10:34 AM this morning (June 9) following reports of a RTC at North Road in Carrickfergus.
"NIAS dispatched one emergency crew to the scene," a spokesperson said.
"Following assessment and initial treatment at the scene, one patient was transported by ambulance to Antrim Area Hospital."
Appliances from Larne and Carrickfergus Fire Stations attended the incident.
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"Firefighters were called to a two-vehicle road traffic collision on North Road. Firefighters released one female casualty from a vehicle using manual handling techniques and she was handed over to the care of paramedics," a statement from Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service said.