Six Patients Treated in Aston Crash


Wednesday 5th August 2015 – 3.15pm – Steve Parry.

Four people have been taken to hospital and two were assessed at the scene before being discharged following a road traffic collision in the Aston area of Birmingham this afternoon.

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to Electric Avenue at just after 12.15pm.

Three ambulances, a community paramedic together with an ambulance support officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance from Cosford attended the scene.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “Crews were called to a two car collision involving six patients in Aston earlier this afternoon.

“Two men travelling in the same car and believed to be in their fifties were treated for lower back pain and minor injuries. They were taken to the City Hospital for further assessment.

“In the second car involved, ambulance staff assessed four patients in their twenties. A male driver was treated for a knee injury and a female passenger received a fractured arm. Her injuries were immobilised before both casualties were taken to the City Hospital.

“Two further women passengers travelling in the car were assessed at the scene before being discharged.”



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