London Road oil spillage causes crash between minibus and car

Police have confirmed that London Road was blocked yesterday afternoon after a minibus and car were involved in a collision caused by a “large oil spillage”.

At around 3.30pm yesterday (Wednesday February 1), police announced they were at the scene of a crash, near to the BP garage Four Acres Filling Station.

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A Wiltshire Police spokesperson has confirmed that a minibus and car were involved in a collision due to the spillage.

Two people were taken to hospital as a precaution.

The spokesperson said: “At around 2.50pm yesterday, we were called to a two vehicle collision near to Four Acres Filling Station, London Road, Salisbury.

“It involved a minibus and a car and, due to a large oil spillage, the road was blocked.

“Two people were taken to hospital as a precaution, but nobody is believed to have been seriously injured.

“The road was clear by around 5pm.”

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