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A tram and a car have crashed in Audenshaw in Greater Manchester this morning.
The silver Ford Focus and Metrolink vehicle collided between the Ashton Moss and Audenshaw tram stops on Lord Sheldon Way.
The woman driving the car escaped with only a minor injury, according to paramedics who were called to the scene.
Metrolink posted on their website:
“This is due to a road traffic collision at Audenshaw involving a car and tram. Services are currently unable to operate past Droylsden to Ashton.”
Police are investigating after a teenager from Dukinfield was taken to hospital last night suffering from the effects of taking drugs.
Initial inquiries have established that the girl may have taken a drug known as ‘Magic’ and, as a result, suffered a bad reaction.
She is being treated in hospital and is in a stable condition.
Detective Inspector Andy Sandiford said:
"We are still investigating the circumstances surrounding this incident and exactly what the girl has ingested that caused her to fall ill and require hospital treatment.
“Fortunately, her condition is not life-threatening, but this could have been much worse.
"I want to ensure there aren't any other people who have ingested whatever this girl has taken and have not yet sought medical attention as they could be at risk."
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a wanted man from Tameside.
Carl Hindle is wanted on recall after breaching the terms of his license.
He has links to the Tameside area.
Anybody with information about his whereabouts should contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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