Air Ambulance called to crash on Stockport Road

The A560 between Gee Cross and Stockport has been closed after a crash this afternoon.

Three vehicles were involved in the incident on Stockport road that happened just after 1:40pm. Emergency services are still at the scene.

The North West Ambulance Service confirmed that two patients, men in their twenties, had been taken to hospital with serious injuries, whilst a third remained at the scene to be treated by paramedics.

An air ambulance was dispatched to the scene alongside 3 ambulances, an operational commander, an advanced paramedic and a rapid response vehicle.

Drivers are being asked to avoid the area as the A560 Stockport Road remains closed.
Stagecoach Manchester tweeted that the 330 is currently being diverted via Bredbury, the M60 and M67 and will not be serving Woodley or Gee Cross.

In a statement Greater Manchester Police said: “At 1.40pm this afternoon (Wednesday), we were called to reports of a collision on Stockport Road. Emergency services are still in attendance.

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