Emergency services attend four-car pile-up on M1 near Sheffield

Police attended the scene of a four-car pile-up on the M1 near Sheffield
Police attended the scene of a four-car pile-up on the M1 near Sheffield
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A four-car pile-up on the M1 near Sheffield caused major delays this evening, but thankfully no one is believed to have been seriously injured.

Emergency services were called to the motorway, close to the junction 33 slip road, shortly before 5pm to reports of a collision involving four cars.

Police, paramedics and officers from Highways England, which is responsible for maintaining the country's motorway network, all attended the scene.

A spokesman for South Yorkshire Police said no one was believed to have been seriously injured and police officers were only required to remain until 5.47pm.

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