FOUR people have been taken to hospital after a five-vehicle crash near Salisbury.
The incident happened on the A36 at Pepperbox Hill at around 11.37am this morning (Wednesday).
Four ambulances, an operations officer and a rapid response vehicle were sent to the scene, as well as two fire crews from Salisbury.
A Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Firefighters carried out on scene casualty care and all persons involved were able to exit the vehicles.”
Crews worked with police and ambulance staff to help those involved and make the scene safe, they added. A Wiltshire Police spokesperson said there were ‘no reported serious injuries’. The road was closed temporarily for recovery but re-opened at around 3pm.