THREE people were taken to hospital following another crash at a notorious Liverpool blackspot last night.
The accident, at the junction of Great Howard Street and Boundary Street, north of the city centre, happened at around 6pm.
It came just two months after four family members were killed at exactly the same spot.
Emergency services were called to the scene after the collision involving two cars.
Three adults - two men and a woman - were taken from the scene to the Royal Liverpool Hospital by paramedics, but their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.
A traffic light was left bent at a 45-degree angle. It is thought at least one of the cars smashed into it.
Three ambulances and a paramedic car attended the scene along with firefighters and police.
This smash follows an incident in October when Marcella Murphy, 64, from Ellesmere Port, and her sister Barbara George, 68, from Aintree, died alongside their relatives Peter and Dymphna King, aged 59 and 57, from Dublin, when their car left the road and landed in a ditch at the roadworks.