East Devon: Police called to crash between pedestrian and van and at Clyst St Mary find additional three-vehicle collision

Police were called to the A3052 at Clyst St Mary, East Devon, on Wednesday morning (November 10) after a crash involving a pedestrian and van.

Devon and Cornwall Police said officers were called to the road at around 8am, and found a separate crash involving three vehicles.

Any injuries were not thought to be serious, police said.

Backed-up traffic was reported to be moving again before 9.30am, police said.

A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman said: “Police were called to reports of a road traffic collision involving a van and a pedestrian, on the A3052 at Clyst St Mary at around 8am today, 10 November.

“Any injuries are not thought to be serious.

“Three vehicles were involved in a separate road traffic collision at the scene.”

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