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Two people have been taken to hospital after an ambulance was involved in a crash with a car in Bury. The smash happened on Manchester Road, at the junction with Knowsley Street, south of the town centre.

An ambulance and a small white hatchback car collided shortly before 7:45pm. Further paramedic vehicles, police and fire engines all attended the scene.

Two people were taken to hospital it has been confirmed. The nature and seriousness of their injuries is currently unclear. READ MORE: DOZENS arrested after incriminating haul found as police storm homes in Greater Manchester borough READ MORE: Police release crucial details and photos after woman's body found near Manchester beauty spot It is not yet known if the ambulance was responding to an incident at the time of the collision and if any of those injured were paramedics.

The North West Ambulance Service have been contacted for comment. A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said: "At around 7.40pm, officers responded to reports of a collision between a car and an ambulance on Manchester Road, Bury.

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