EMERGENCY services attended a two-car crash on the M18 last night (Tuesday) which left four people injured.
One person had to be freed from a car by firefighters after the smash near junction one on the northbound carriageway just before 11pm.
A Yorkshire Ambulance Service spokeswoman said one rapid response team, three ambulances, a hazardous area team and an air ambulance had attended.
One patient was taken to Northern General Hospital with head injuries, while two with minor injuries went to Doncaster Royal Infirmary.
Emergency crews left the scene at around midnight, a fire service spokeswoman said.
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