Driver hurt in Portsmouth crash

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A DRIVER escaped a dramatic crash without serious injuries.

The man was cut out of his black car yesterday in Milton Road, near St Mary’s Hospital, following the crash with a lorry.

Paramedics, firefighters and police rushed to the crash at around 8.20am.

Roads policing officer PC Phil Hunt said: ‘We don’t believe him to be seriously injured.’

The road was shut to drivers joining Milton Road from Rodney Road following the crash.

Southsea watch manager Jason Boh led two crews as they cut the driver out the car.

Mr Boh said: ‘He was stable all the way through.’

No arrests were made by police.

The lorry driver was unhurt.