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10 September 2018, 18:13 | Updated: 10 September 2018, 18:22
Two teenagers have been left with life threatening injuries after a two-car crash at East Haddon, Northants.
It happened at the East Haddon crossroads - part of the A428 on Saturday afternoon.
The 13 and 16 year-olds are getting specialist trauma care in the Midlands.
Three other adults were hurt - including one of the drivers and another passenger.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious injury road traffic collision near East Haddon on Saturday, September 8.
The collision took place at 4.43pm on the A428 at the crossroads with Church Lane, East Haddon and involved a white Audi A3 and a grey Volvo.
The male driver and female front seat passenger in the Volvo were conveyed to University Hospital Coventry with serious injuries.
Two rear seat passengers in the Volvo, a 13 year-old boy and a 16 year-old boy were taken to Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Queens Medical Centre respectively with potentially life threatening injuries.
The male driver of Audi was taken to Northampton General Hospital with minor injuries.
Anyone with information or who witnessed this incident is asked to call the ‘Drivewatch Hotline’ on 0800 174615.