Several people have been injured in four accidents on the A40 in Oxfordshire.
The collisions, involving as many as 20 cars, closed the road between Witney and Burford Road.
An ambulance spokesperson told the Oxford Mail: "We think there at least four collisions. We are trying to work through exactly where people are.
“There are multiple vehicles in multiple accidents and a number of people have been seriously injured."
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The teenager, from Oxford, is in custody after being arrested on Friday. He is being held in connection with a robbery at a branch of Lloyds in London Road, Headington, Oxford, on January 23rd, Thames Valley Police said.
Reports at the time said two men with their faces covered and dressed in blue boiler suits stole cash from the branch, and one is believed to have had a firearm.
No one was injured. Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses and information.
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