Saturday 19th April 2014 – 10.30am – Chris Kowalik.
Two people have been injured in a collision involving two cars in Birmingham.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to High Street, Digbeth shortly before 3am today.
A paramedic who was working at West Midlands Ambulance Service’s City Centre Treatment Unit in Broad Street was sent to the scene, along with a paramedic area support officer, the MERIT trauma team and two ambulance crews.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “One of the injured was trapped and was freed with the help of the fire service. He’s in his thirties and had a broken leg and a suspected fractured pelvis. The injuries were treated at the scene by ambulance personnel. He was then taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
“A second person was taken to City Hospital.”
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