Two people rushed to hospital after crash closes A32 in Gosport near college 

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A road in Gosport has been closed in both directions and two people have been rushed to hospital after a crash near a sixth form. 

Forton Road has been completely shut following the collision near St Vincent College this morning. 

Emergency services were called to Mill Lane, Gosport this morning. Picture: Google Maps

Emergency services were called to Mill Lane, Gosport this morning. Picture: Google Maps

Motorists are being warned that there are delays on all approaches as a result of the incident and emergency services are at the scene. 

Two people have been taken to hospital following the crash, Hampshire Fire and Rescue have said. 

They tweeted: ‘Gosport fire have attended a road traffic collision on Mill Lane, Gosport.

‘This involved two cars with two people trapped, one in each car. Crews worked to release both persons who were transported to hospital by ambulance.’

The A32 is closed in Gosport

The A32 is closed in Gosport

A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said: ‘We were called shortly after 10am to reports of a collision on Mill Lane, near St Vincent College, Gosport.

‘A Seat Ibiza, Mazda 3, and a Ford Transit Van were involved.'

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