RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - Several people were injured in a four-vehicle collision that shut down Creedmoor Road Thursday afternoon.
Crews were on scene of the crash at Creedmoor and Mt. Vernon Church roads around 2:07 p.m.
The flatbed of the truck ended up on top of the van in the collision just south of the Highway 98 interchange.
Duke Life Flight helicopter was dispatched to the scene but later canceled.
The driver of an SUV has serious injuries and was transported to Duke Medical Center.
The driver of a tow truck suffered minor injuries and was taken to WakeMed at Brier Creek for treament. A passenger in the tow truck was uninjured.
The driver of an involved van suffered minor injuries and was transported to Duke.
A total of four vehicles were involved and one caught fire. Charges are pending, the Highway Patrol said.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation said Creedmoor, which is N.C. 50, reopened just before 6 p.m.
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