Three people are in hospital with serious injuries after they were hurt in a collision on the A32 in West Meon.
Emergency services from across Hampshire were sent to the crash at around 9pm last night (Wednesday 15th May).
The collision took place in an area between West Meon Village and West Meon Hut.
The road was closed in both directions for a time but it later re-opened.
Hampshire Police have confirmed a 47-year-old man, a 61-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman - all from Hampshire - remain at Southampton General Hospital, where they're receiving treatment.
Around 25 firefighters helped with the response to the incident last night, including crews from Basingstoke, Petersfield, Cosham and Droxford.
These updates were posted by Hampshire Police and Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service on social media.
We are currently on scene dealing with a RTC on the A32 by West Meon. The road is currently closed in both directions whilst emergency services are on scene, closures are between West Meon Village & West Meon Hut. Please avoid the area and check for local diversions.— Hampshire Police (@HantsPolice) May 14, 2019
Crews from @Droxford41, @Petersfield29, @Cosham23 and @Basingstoke_01 currently dealing with a serious road traffic collision on the #A32 south of #WestMeon. Avoid the area if possible as road closed in both directions. @HantsPolice and @SCAS999 also in attendance.— Hants Fire Control (@hfrs_control) May 14, 2019