Dramatic photos of collision near A141 Gaul junction in March which caused traffic tail backs

PUBLISHED: 17:52 27 January 2014 | UPDATED: 17:52 27 January 2014

RTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum Mueller

RTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum Mueller

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Two people were seriously injured and three others were hurt following a two car collision in March.

RTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum MuellerRTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum Mueller

The collision happened on Thursday evening but these dramatic photos from the scene have only just been made available.

A Black Fiat Punto collided with a silver Audi A4 at the A141 Gaul Road junction at about 5.30pm.

The Audi ended up in a ditch, while an engine fell out the bottom of the Punto.

All five people were taken to hospital in an ambulance.

RTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum MuellerRTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum Mueller

The road was closed until 7.30pm, which caused tailbacks in March town centre.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision.

PC Matt Smart said: “This happened at a busy time of day.

“I would appeal to anyone who saw the collision, or either vehicle prior to it, to call police.”

RTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum MuellerRTC Gaul road Junction March. Picture: Kallum Mueller

Number to call is 101 if you saw the collision.

The photos were taken by March man Kallum Mueller.

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