Two people have been airlifted to hospital in Preston via air ambulance following a collision on the A684 in Cumbria.
The crash involved an open top sports car and a bus. it is understood that no one on the bus was injured.
Three fire engines from Kendal were called to assist emergency services and paramedics at the scene at New Hutton near Kendal.
The fire service used specialist cutting equipment to free the two people from the car so that they could be transported to hospital.
The road remains closed.
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