Four Treated in Knockin Crash

 

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Wednesday 11th February 2015 – 9pm – Steve Parry

Four people have been taken to hospital following a road traffic collision in Knockin near Oswestry this evening.

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the B4396 near knockin Heath Business Park at just before 6.50pm.

Four ambulances; two paramedic officers and two paramedics in rapid response vehicles attended the scene.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “Crews arrived to find a car in collision with a Land Rover and van.

“A man and woman believed to be in their twenties and travelling in the van were treated for minor injuries.

“A woman travelling in the Land Rover was treated for chest injuries and a woman travelling in the car was treated for neck and back injuries.

“All four patients were conveyed to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital for further assessment and treatment.”

 

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1 comment

  1. I was passenger in the van. After we collided the van landed on its side i immediatley released my seatbelt and released my work colleagues seat belt as she was trapped by the belt. The drivers door was jammed shut so i thought the only way was through the windscreen. I started kicking the windscreen but it was hard to break. So i took the key out of the ignition snd used the key in my hand to punch the glass then the glass cracked and i started using my fist to punch the glass and i made a small hole then using my foot i kicked through the glass and made a hole big enough to climb out. I climbed out then my work colleague followed. I then went to the car and tried opening the door .. The lady was very dazed. Thankfully other road users were there to help. I suffered cuts to my hands and bruised ribs. My colleague injured her knee. Thank you to all the emergency services that night

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