Two to hospital following RTC

Saturday 1tst March 2014 – 9.30am – Jamie Arrowsmith.

WMAS Logo on side of RRV 3

Two people have been treated by ambulance crews and conveyed to hospital following a road traffic collision in Kidderminster in the early hours of this morning (Saturday).

West Midlands Ambulance Service received a call just before 2.45am to reports of a van that had been in collision with a wall near to Rousbine Caravine Park in Callow Hill.

Two ambulances, a paramedic support officer, a community paramedic and the MERIT Trauma doctor attended the scene.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “Crews were called to reports of a van that had been in collision with a wall.

“There were two patients in the vehicle, both of whom had to be extricated.

“Following assessment by ambulance crews it was determined that the first passenger, a man in his 40s, required emergency treatment on scene for head and chest injuries.

“Due to the serious nature of the man’s condition, the doctor decided to anaesthetise at scene.

“Once the man’s condition was stabilised he was fully immobilised with the use of a neck collar and spinal board and transferred to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, a major trauma unit.

“The doctor travelled with the patient to hospital to continue treatment on route.

“The second passenger, a man in his 20s, suffered suspected pelvic injuries and after treatment was also fully immobilised, with the addition of a pelvic binder, and conveyed in convoy to the same hospital for further assessment.”


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