Ten persons were taken to hospital after four cars were involved in a crash in Pembroke this morning.
The accident took place at around 4am in St Andrew’s Road.
Two of the persons involved suffered serious injuries, while another four were slightly hurt.
The police said that the cars involved were a Volkswagen Passat driven by a 42-year-old of Senglea, a Fiat 500 driven by a 21-year-old woman of Swieqi, a Toyota Yaris driven by an 33-year-old Italian man resident in Paola and a Nissan Micra driven by a 23-year-old woman.
Riding as passengers in the Toyota were an Italian 17-year-old girl resident in Gharghur, another 17-year-old girl resident in St Paul’s Bay and a 16-year-old boy.
The police said there were another three passengers in the Nissan Micra – a 19-year-old Italian man resident in Mosta, a 16-year-old Italian boy resident in Gharghur and a 16-year-old girl resident in San Gwann.
All 10 persons were taken to hospital for treatment.
The 21-year-old woman and the 16-year-old girl suffered serious injuries.
Five of the other people involves suffered slight injuries while the other three were unhurt.