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Man airlifted after three-car Oldbury crash

The RAC Rescue helicopter has flown a man to hospital after a serious three-car collision in Oldbury on Monday.

The crash happened on Mundijong Road near King Road about 4:05pm.

It involved three vehicles, which included a Mitsubishi Triton, Toyota Landcruiser and a red SUV.

It’s unclear how the crash occurred but it left the Toyota on its roof and the red SUV hardly recognisable.

It took firefighters more than 45 minutes to cut the driver, a man, out of the red SUV.

The RAC Rescue helicopter landed in a nearby paddock before it flew the man to hospital.

His injuries are understood to be non-life-threatning.

The driver of the Mitsubishi was taken to Armadale Hospital via ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.

Its understood a woman walked away unscathed after the Toyota she was driving flipped onto its roof.

She was assesed by St John Ambulance at the scene.

Police are investigating, anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 000 333.

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