Four people were taken to hospital after a crash in Lurgan today and the PSNI said the road was now open again.

NI Fire and Rescue Service said two adults and two children were involved in a two-car crash on an Antrim road today.

The ambulance is understood to have landed at Lurgan Golf Club.

One vehicle was seen on its roof.

Emergency services are dealing with a road traffic collision in Lurgan, Co Armagh.

It is known that one of the participants received injuries, believed to be “serious”.

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A spokesman for NI Fire and Rescue Service said it was called to the scene at 1.45pm today, Tuesday.

Two fire engines from Lurgan Fire Station and one fire engine from Portadown Fire Station attended the scene

“Firefighters were called to a traffic collision between two cars. Two adult victims and two children were involved in the incident and were all left by the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service. The incident was resolved by 3:00 p.m.”

A PSNI a spokesman said: “Motorists is reporting that the Antrim Road, Lurgan, has reopened to traffic following an earlier road traffic collision in the area.

“Four people were taken to the hospital, one of them received injuries, which are currently assessed as serious.

“There are no further details.”