The car that crashed into a traffic light on York Road, Leeds, had four children inside

Four children were in the car which hit a traffic light in leeds but they received “minor injuries and no injuries”.

West Yorkshire Police were called by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service at 12.49pm today (Wednesday) to reports of a crash on the A64 York Road near Seacroft.

The black car had crashed into a barrier in the central reservation, knocking out one of the traffic lights.

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The driver of the car, a woman, was taken to hospital for treatment and four children who were in the car suffered minor or no injuries between them.

A force spokesperson added that the drive had no life-threatening injuries.



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They said: ‘At 12.49pm today the police were contacted by the ambulance service who were attending a road traffic accident in York Road, Seacroft, near the Barwick Road roundabout.

“A car had been involved in a collision with a barrier in the central reservation.

“The driver of the vehicle was taken to hospital for treatment and a scene and road closure was put in place.

“His injuries were later found not to be life-threatening or life-changing. Four children who were in the car received minor or no injuries between them.

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Edward L. Robinett