An elderly couple are said to be in a serious but stable condition following a car crash.
The man and woman, both believed to be in their 70s, had to be cut out of their RV after it collided with a fence on Little Stanney Lane in Stoak, Chester.
One of the couple was airlifted to Aintree Hospital by air ambulance suffering from head injuries, while the other was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital suffering from a gash to the head and arm.
It is not clear who was driving the vehicle at the time of the collision, at just before 6.30pm yesterday (Sunday, August 17).
Two fire engines from Ellesmere Port, police, two ambulances and the air ambulance attended the scene of the accident, which is not thought to have involved any other vehicles.
Police have launched an investigation into the cause of the collision, and have said that enquiries are ongoing.
A spokesperson for Cheshire police said: "An elderly man and lady were taken to hospital with serious injuries. They remain in hospital at this time. Enquiries are ongoing."