Car mounts another vehicle in Gosport crash
A CAR has mounted another vehicle in a crash that forced police to close a road.
Firefighters from Cosham, Gosport, and Fareham had to free one person from a vehicle after the crash in Jellicoe Avenue at about 11.35am.
A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said a Kia hit a parked Peugeot 107.
A picture from the scene, above, shows a vehicle that has mounted another after the crash.
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Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service said one person was treated at the scene before being passed to South Central Ambulance Service.
It said a third vehicle was involved.
Residents have said the closure has affected a stretch of Jellicoe Avenue between Admirals Walk and North Close.
Fire crews left at 12.59pm but emergency services remain at the scene.