A number of people have been taken to hospital after a two-vehicle accident in West Belfast during the early hours of Saturday morning.
Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) spokesman said they received a message from PSNI at 2:10 am about an accident at the intersection of Andersonstown Road and Finaghy Road North.
The report reported that four people were injured in the crash and three emergency crews were dispatched to the scene.
A number of injured people were taken to hospital after assessment.
There are no further details at this time.
The footage from the scene shows two seriously damaged cars, with one vehicle appearing to have been plowed through a metal railing.
Several PSNI agents and police vehicles were depicted on site.
The PSNI has been contacted for a comment.