Pictured: Ambulance that caused a “massive explosion” after flipping on its side during the accident
Pictured: Ambulance that caused a ‘mass crash’ after flipping on its side during a crash that wreaked ‘havoc’ and closed a road
An ambulance is shown which caused a ‘mass crash’ after tipping over on its side during a crash that closed a road.
Two cars and an ambulance collided at around 8am this morning in Mottram, Longdendale.
The accident occurred on Mottram Moor, near the junction between Stalybridge Road and Market Street, causing long delays in the area.
Police, fire and ambulance crews rushed to the scene and closed Mottram Moor until around midday.
No injuries were reported from the collision.
An ambulance has been depicted causing a ‘mass crash’ after tipping over on its side during an accident that closed a road.
The accident occurred on Mottram Moor, near the junction between Stalybridge Road and Market Street, causing long delays in the area. (File Image)
Residents reported on social media that they heard a “massive crash” before emergency services rushed to the scene, causing traffic “chaos” and “havoc” in the area.
A spokesperson for the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “Just before 8am on Sunday March 12, fire crews received reports of a traffic collision on Mottram Moor, Hyde. A fire truck de Hyde quickly responded to the incident, which involved two cars and an ambulance.
‘Firefighters used specialist equipment to make the area safe. GMFRS crews attended for about 20 minutes.’
MailOnline has approached Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) for comment.