A woman had to be rushed to hospital by air ambulance and two more are receiving treatment following a road traffic accident this morning.
Firefighters had to extricate a 58-year-old woman from a car after a collision involving two vehicles on the 57, at the Askham Road junction in East Markham
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue said: "One man and one female were freed, and one 58-year-old woman was extricated by special rescue equipment and conveyed to Queens Medical Centre by air ambulance
Nottinghamshire Police said: "We were called at 11:50 today toa road traffic collision.
"Two cars were involved, a Vauxhall Corsa and a Volkswagen saloon."
The scene was closed off for over two hours hour and re-opened at 2:20, they added.
"One woman was airlifted to QMC, and is not believed to have life threatening injuries."
East Midlands Ambulance added: "A spec response vehicle arrived on the scene first and called for backup. Two patients with minor injuries were taken to Bassetlaw Hospital, and a third patient with neck pain was flown to QMC."