Woman airlifted to hospital in critical condition after Herefordshire crash
A WOMAN has been airlifted to hospital in a critical condition after a crash in Herefordshire.
An ambulance spokesperson said West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to Ledbury Road in Ross on Wye just after 3pm on February 1 after reports of a crash involving a pedestrian and a minibus.
Two ambulances, two paramedic officers, a community first responder, a Mercia Accident Rescue Service (MARS) BASICS doctor, the Midlands Air Ambulance from Strensham with two critical care paramedics on board.
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A Great Western Air Ambulance Charity helicopter with a medic on board also attended the scene.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “When ambulance staff arrived on scene they found a pedestrian, a woman, in a critical condition being cared for by bystanders.
“The team of ambulance staff worked quickly to administer advanced trauma care to the woman on scene to stabilise her condition before she was airlifted to Southmead Hospital in Bristol for further trauma care.”
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