A4119 Tonyrefail crash: Four people cut free from wreckage

Four people have been cut free from the wreckage of a two-vehicle collision in the south Wales valleys.

The crash happened at around 16:20 GMT on Tuesday on the A4119 Tonyrefail bypass at Penygraig, between the Williamstown and Tonypandy roundabouts.

Fire crews had to remove the roof from both vehicles to free the occupants.

The ambulance service said its crews would be taking the four people to hospital but they are not thought to be seriously injured.

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