A pedestrian was involved in a collision with a car in Chichester this morning (Tuesday).
South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) confirmed that paramedics attended the scene after the collision at around 8.30am.
A spokesman said: "Ambulance crews attended the scene and the pedestrian was assessed and treated before being taken to St Richard’s Hospital."
Sussex Police also confirmed its attendance.
A spokesperson said: "Sussex Police received a report of a collision involving a car and a pedestrian in Stockbridge Road.
"The pedestrian, a woman in her 50s, suffered arm injuries."
In a post on Twitter just after 9am, Stagecoach South advised that its 52 and 53 services would not be able to serve Southgate.
It added: "Services 52+53 [to] Wittering cannot serve Southgate due to a pedestrian [being in a collision with] a car.
"Please use the bus station at Basin Road for pick up and drop off until further notice . Sorry for any inconvenience caused."
Providing an update at 9.40am, it wrote: "Road reopen at Southgate. Resume to normal route. Thank you for your patience."