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Porth crash: People trapped and power cuts after collision Porth crash: Five injured and power cuts after collision
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People have been trapped and injured after a multi-vehicle crash which involved a bus, emergency services say. Five people have been injured after a multi-vehicle crash involving a bus and several cars.
More than 70 homes lost power after the crash affected a power cable in Rhondda Cynon Taff.More than 70 homes lost power after the crash affected a power cable in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
South Wales Police said "there are casualties" following the collision at Trebanog Road in Porth at about 09:00 BST on Wednesday. Firefighters worked to free people trapped at Trebanog Road in Porth at about 09:00 BST on Wednesday.
Firefighters are working to free people trapped in vehicles, and three people have been taken to hospital. Three of those injured were taken to hospital - two to University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, and one to Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Pontyclun.
Two were taken to University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, and one to Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Pontyclun. The crash involved a bus, a van, a large goods vehicle and several cars.
Western Power is also at the scene dealing with the power cuts in the area, which appear to have been caused by the incident involving local power cables. Three people were freed from the wreckage while a further two managed to get out themselves.
Western Power is also at the scene dealing with the power cuts in the area.
The road is expected to stay shut "for some time" and South Wales Police asked people to avoid the area.The road is expected to stay shut "for some time" and South Wales Police asked people to avoid the area.