Three car crash at Switch Island leaves vehicle on its roof

Christina Wilkins

Emergency services are at Switch Island this evening following a three car crash which left one vehicle on its roof. Emergency services are currently still at the scene of the accident said to have just before 8pm. Merseyside Police said they received a call just before 8pm to say three […]

Emergency services are at Switch Island this evening following a three car crash which left one vehicle on its roof.

Emergency services are currently still at the scene of the accident said to have just before 8pm.

Merseyside Police said they received a call just before 8pm to say three cars had crashed on Switch Island near Aintree on the M57.

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In a photo taken by eyewitness Andrew Whittaker, two cars appear to have received substantial damage.

Shattered glass is also strewn over the road next to one car which has completely overturned onto its roof.

Another car appears to have suffered significant damage to its front.

Police said there doesn’t appear to have been any significant injuries or anyone taken to hospital.

They added it looks like all involved were safely able to get out of their vehicles following the crash.



Merseyside Police said nobody appears to have been sustained any significant injuries following the crash

Merseyside Police said no closures are currently in place.

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