A DRIVER was taken to hospital after his Audi overturned following a huge three-car crash at a busy West Yorkshire roundabout.

At lunchtime, this afternoon, police attended the collision - which involved a dark blue Ford Focus, a black Audi TT and a silver Mercedes - at Armley Gyratory in Leeds.

Police are still on the hunt for the driver of the Ford who initially stopped but then exited the scene soon after.

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A West Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: "At 12:57pm today, police were contacted by the ambulance service who were attending a road traffic collision which had occurred on the southbound section of the Armley Gyratory

"The incident involved three cars – a dark blue Ford Focus, a black Audi TT and a silver Mercedes. The Audi overturned and the driver was taken to hospital to be checked over.

"The Ford Focus, registration YP60RCO, initially stopped but then left the scene of the collision. Enquiries are ongoing to trace that vehicle and driver.

"Anyone with any information is asked to contact officers via 101 quoting log 702 or online via www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat"