Aneurin Bevan Health Board says it has been receiving "walking wounded" casualties at the Royal Gwent Hospital's accident and emergency department in Newport after this morning's M4 crash.
A spokesperson for the health board confirmed ten casualties have been treated for minor injuries in Newport and one has been admitted with more serious injuries.
Two off-site triage centres were also set up in the area following the crash - one at St Julian's clinic and the other at Newport Centre.
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