A lady was taken to hospital after her car collided with a site visitors barrier.
At round 6.20pm on Monday, Durham police have been known as to a report of an accident on the Coast Road between Blackhall and Horden.
When officers rushed to the scene they discovered the motive force, a lady believed to be in her 40s, had collided with a site visitors barrier.
The hearth service attended the scene the place they assisted in slicing the lady out of her car.
The girl was then taken to James Cook University Hospital for additional evaluation and therapy.
Police have stated the highway remained closed for round three hours final evening to help the lady and to clear the highway of particles.
A spokesman for Durham Constabulary stated: “We have been known as at roughly 6.20pm final evening to a single-vehicle RTC on the Coast highway between Horden and Blackhall.
“Officers attended and discovered a Fiat car with a single occupant had collided with a site visitors barrier, inflicting harm to the automobile.
“The driver, a lady who’s believed to be in her 40s, was cut free by the fireplace service and was taken to James Cook University Hospital by ambulance.
“The highway was closed for roughly three hours whereas the motive force was cut free and particles was cleared from the highway.”