Road closed after collision at Sovereign Harbour
Emergency services were called to a collision at Sovereign Harbour this morning (Tuesday, March 7).
Crews rushed to the scene following reports of a two-vehicle collision on the A259 Pevensey Bay Road near the Asda store, at around 8.30am.
According to East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, two fire engines were sent to the incident and one casualty was cut free from the wreckage, using hydraulic cutting equipment. The casualty has been left in the care of the paramedics.
A spokesperson from Sussex Police said one of the cars, which had rolled onto its roof, had two people inside who were able to get out.
The spokesperson said there was no indication of serious injuries.
The road reopened at around 10.20am, having been blocked on the westbound side for approximately two hours.