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Two-car collision in Worsbrough

By Katia Harston, Chief Reporter Wednesday 30th April 2014

TWO people had to be cut free from their cars following a collision in Worsbrough.

The incident was reported last Wednesday at about 12.10pm on Park Road, at the junction with Kingwell Road.

A police spokeswoman said two vehicles were involved, a white Ford C-Max and a silver Ford Mondeo.

She said the drivers suffered minor injuries and the road had to be closed from the junction with Kingwell Road to the junction with Vernon Road. It reopened at 1.40pm.

A fire and rescue spokeswoman said three fire engines attended, one from Elm Lane and two others from Tankersley and Barnsley. The crews left at about 1.15pm.