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Cardiff A4232 crash blocks commuter route

Category: Wales

Published: 20th Jul 2012 21:10:56

A crash blocked one of Cardiff's main commuter routes on Friday night.

A car and a lorry were in collision on the A4232 link road northbound at Leckwith, between the Leckwith interchange and Culverhouse Cross, at 20:00 BST on Friday.

The incident blocked the northbound carriageway, and the road southbound was temporarily closed to allow an ambulance to reach the scene.

South Wales Police said they believed there were injuries, but no fatalities.

The northbound carriageway remained closed as police accident investigators completed their work.

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