A MAN from Oswestry has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a crash in Llynclys on Monday, police have confirmed.

The 29-year-old remains in custody after being arrested on Monday afternoon.

The two-vehicle crash happened at around 1.15pm in the A483 near Llynclys Hall.

Four people were treated for injuries and taken to hospital.

A woman, who was the rear-seat passenger in one vehicle, suffered a broken leg and head injuries.

West Mercia Police confirmed she was taken by Midlands Air Ambulance to Royal Stoke University Hospital with serious, potentially life-threatening injuries.

West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) treated the woman and three other patients at the scene.

A spokesman for WMAS said: "One woman, who was a rear-seat passenger, was treated for multiple serious injuries and received specialist trauma care at the scene.

"She was then airlifted to Royal Stoke University Hospital.

"Another woman, who was the driver of one of the vehicles, was treated for potentially serious injuries and taken to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.

"One man, a driver of the other vehicle, was taken to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital after being treated for injuries which aren't believed to be serious.

"And a fourth patient, a man, was also taken to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital with injuries not believed to be serious."

The road was closed after the accident, and re-opened at 6.15pm.