Six people injured in two-car crash as air ambulance scrambled to scene

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Six people were injured in a collision as the air ambulance was scrambled to the scene. Two cars were involved in a crash as one vehicle was left on its side and firefighters cut free casualties in Hereford today, Tuesday, May 28.

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the B4221 near Upton Bishop at 11.42am. It sent four ambulances, a paramedic officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance from Strensham to the scene.

An ambulance service spokeswoman said: "On arrival, crews found two cars had been involved in a collision and one of them had ended up on its side. There were six patients. Three from the first car, a man and two women, had to be cut free from the vehicle with the assistance of fire colleagues.

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All three were treated by ambulance staff for potentially serious injuries before being conveyed via land ambulance to Hereford County Hospital. Two further patients from the same car, a man and a woman, were already out of the vehicle and were treated for minor injuries and taken to the same hospital for further treatment.

“The driver from the second car, a woman, was already out of the vehicle on arrival. She was treated for injuries not believed to be serious and taken to Worcester Royal Hospital via land ambulance for further treatment."

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