Woman suffers ‘leg and chest pain’ after two vehicle collision on the A690

Emergency services were called to a two vehicle collision on the A690 near Sunderland on Sunday, October 17.

Sunday, 17th October 2021, 7:56 pm

Paramedics attended the A690 near Stoney Gate Garage on Sunday afternoon, October 17, after reports of a crash involving two vehicles.

The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has said a woman made her own way to hospital after suffering with chest and leg pain.

A NEAS spokesperson said: “We got a call at 4.15pm to attend a collision involving two cars. One woman suffered with chest and leg pain. She made her own way to hospital.”

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The North East Ambulance Service was called to a two vehicle collision on the A690 on Sunday, October 17.

A number of Go North East bus services were briefly unable to serve stops in the area before returning to their normal route just before 5pm.

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