TWO people have been treated for minor injuries following a two-car crash in Stoke Heath this morning (Monday).
An ambulance was called to the junction of the A38/Hanbury Road at 7.50am this morning to reports of a two-car crash.
Paramedics treated two patients including a man in his 20s who was the driver of one of the cars.
A spokesperson from the West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “He managed to get himself out of the car and was assessed for a minor head injury before being discharged on scene.
“We also treated a man in his 30s who had also managed to get himself out of the vehicle (it is not known whether it was the same vehicle or if he was a driver).
“He was assessed for a minor back injury and discharged on scene.”
OPU Worcestershire shared the a photo from the crash on Twitter.
Back to the day job. RTC Hanbury Turn Bromsgrove. Thankfully minor injuries, road open soon pic.twitter.com/pEPXkt2CDE
— OPU Worcestershire (@OPUWorcs) January 22, 2018