Air ambulance called to crash on A27 in Portsmouth

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FOUR people are being treated for injuries following a crash on the A27 in Portsmouth.

The Thames Valley air ambulance is at the scene along with five ambulances from the South Central Ambulance Service (Scas).

Scas were called to the collision, near the Portsbridge roundabout junction, at 1.38pm today.

A spokeswoman said paramedics are treating four people but the extent of their injuries are unknown.

Police confirmed two lanes had been closed on the westbound carriageway following the two-vehicle crash but they are now re-open.

Delays are expected.

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