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Kilkivan crash, possible entrapment

Ambulance and police are on the scene of a reported vehicle entrapment after a crash about 3.30pm at Kilkivan, police have confirmed.
An ambulance spokeswoman said she was unable to confirm the reported entrapment but said there had been a crash.
Police arrived about 4pm at the crash site, at the corner of Rossmore and Cemetery Rds, Kilkivan.
Ambulance and police are on the scene of a reported vehicle entrapment after a crash about 3.30pm at Kilkivan, police have confirmed. An ambulance spokeswoman said she was unable to confirm the reported entrapment but said there had been a crash. Police arrived about 4pm at the crash site, at the corner of Rossmore and Cemetery Rds, Kilkivan. Trevor Veale

POLICE and ambulance crews are on the scene of a crash which occurred about 3.29pm at the intersection of Rossmore and Cemetery Rds, Kilkivan.

Ambulance officers were told of a possible entrapment, but were unable to confirm this.

Police were also on the scene but had not yet been able to confirm any details, a spokeswoman said.

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