Two people have been taken to hospital following a collision in Co Antrim.
Just before 4pm on Saturday, May 28, emergency services attended the scene of a two vehicle crash at Raw Brae Road, Whitehead.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) despatched two emergency crews to the scene and also tasked the Charity Air Ambulance, with HEMS crew on board, to the scene.
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Two patients were taken to hospital after initial treatment at the scene.
A spokesperson for the NIAS said: "The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service received a 999 call at 15:56 on Saturday 28 May following reports of a two vehicle RTC at Raw Brae Road, Whitehead.
"NIAS despatched two emergency crews to the scene and also tasked the Charity Air Ambulance, with HEMS crew on board, to the incident.
"Following assessment and initial treatment at the scene, one patient was taken by ambulance to Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast and a second patient was taken to Antrim Area Hospital."
Alerting the public to the incident on Saturday afternoon, Police Antrim & Newtownabbey said: "Motorists are advised to avoid the Larne Road, Carrickfergus, as police and emergency services are at the scene of a two vehicle road traffic collision.
"Traffic is being diverted from the Larne Road at its junctions with the Rawbrae Road and the Tongue Loanen Road."
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