Woman cut from car by firefighters after Herefordshire crash
FIREFIGHTERS were called to cut the roof from a car to save a woman after a crash on a busy Herefordshire road.
Emergency crews were called to the B4214 Tenbury Road at Bromyard at 8.30pm last night (February 1) after receiving reports of a crash.
A spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said two engines from Bromyard fire station were sent to the scene.
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On arrival, they found a car had crashed into a tree on the busy road between Bromyard and Tenbury Wells.
A woman was trapped in the crashed car, and fire crews worked to rescue her from the vehicle by cutting off its roof.
The woman was taken to hospital by paramedics for further treatment, while the vehicle was made safe by the fire crews, the fire service spokesperson said.
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