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A458 Powys: Seven taken to hospital after collision

Category: Wales

Published: 29th Jul 2012 09:01:32

Seven people have been taken to hospital after a collision between two vehicles in Powys.

Six of those were detained overnight on Saturday, where their condition was described as stable, after the collision on the A458 between Castle Caereinon and Cyfronydd.

It happened at about 15:20 BST on Saturday and involved a dark blue Ford Galaxy and a white Ford Focus.

Dyfed-Powys Police said the road was closed until 21:30 BST on Saturday.

Anyone with information is asked by police contact the Mid Wales Roads Policing Unit in Newtown on 101, or on 01267 222 020.

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