Two police officers in Wales have been taken to hospital following an early morning crash with a postal lorry.
Emergency crews were called to the scene of a crash in Penarth Road, Cardiff, at around 3.30am on Monday.
South Wales Police confirmed one its vehicles had been in collision with a Royal Mail postal lorry.
The force is advising avoiding motorists to avoid Penarth Road, which is often busy with traffic heading into the Welsh capital.
A force spokesman said: "The two occupants of the police vehicle have been taken to the University Hospital of Wales where they have been treated for non-life threatening injuries.
"Traffic delays are still being experienced while vehicle recovery takes place and motorists are advised to avoid the area."
In relation to the earlier incident, Penarth Rd is now reopened. Thanks for your patience.— South Wales Police Roads Policing Unit (@SWP_Roads) September 5, 2016