TWO people have been taken to hospital after they were injured in a rush hour motorway crash.
Four cars were involved in a collision on the M2 northbound shortly before 5pm on Wednesday causing lengthy tailbacks for tea time traffic.
One of the those cars involved, a Mini, was badly damaged in the crash.
One motorist said: “It looked like an accordion. It looked like it took the full force of the crash.”
A PSNI spokesperson said two people were taken to hospital with injuries not thought to be life-threatening.
A number of lanes were closed northbound between Belfast and Fortwilliam, causing long tailbacks but have now reopened.