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Horror as person rushed to hospital after crash on 'rat run' road before air ambulance lands at scene

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A person was rushed to hospital after a reported crash on a 'rat run' road in Stockport on Monday evening (June 10). Emergency services descended on the scene on Osborne Street, in Bredbury, at around 5.20pm.

An air ambulance was also scrambled to the scene and landed in a nearby field. It was reported that a car had been ploughed into a number of other vehicles.

Residents have since blasted the way drivers use the residential street as a 'cut through' and 'rat run'. The road was taped off for a number of hours with a huge cordon in place amid investigations. READ MORE Tragedy as 'truly wonderful' mum-of-two, 31, dies with family by her side after leukaemia battle One vehicle appeared to have been knocked into a shop front as police tape was also erected around a number of other cars.

Further details about the incident have not yet been confirmed by Greater Manchester Police. Several residents said the roads in the area are used regularly as a ‘cut through', but were shocked by the scale of the crime scene and police presence.

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