Three treated by air ambulance at scene of crash

A Wales Air Ambulance spokesperson says it treated three patients at the scene of the Rhoose collision but no one was flown to hospital.

A statement said:

We can confirm that Wales Air Ambulance (WAA) landed on scene at an RTC near a primary school in Rhoose.

WAA crew from the Swansea base were tasked at 9:00am and on scene at 9:20am. The crew flew through adverse weather conditions to make it to the scene.

The aircrew treated three patients on scene but did not convey any patients to hospital. Adverse weather continued to close in and the patients were assessed as suitable to travel by road.

WAA left the scene at 10:48.

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