One in hospital after head-on crash in Herefordshire

EMERGENCY services have been called to a two-vehicle crash near Leominster this morning.

A fire service spokesperson said crews were called to the head-on crash, which involced a car and a van, on the B4362 near Croft Castle at 7.16am this morning (January 14).

On arrival they found both vehicles remained on their wheels. Firefighters worked to make the area safe and clear up fluid spills on the road.

Hereford Times: A van being towed from the scene this morning. Photo: Leominster SNTA van being towed from the scene this morning. Photo: Leominster SNT

An ambulance service spokeswoman said: “We were called by the fire service at 7.20am to a two-car crash at Croft Castle in Croft. We sent one ambulance to the scene.  

“Crews treated two men for minor injuries, one was conveyed to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital for further treatment, whilst the other was discharged at the scene.”

A police spokesperson said the road has now reopened between Croft and Lucton, but roads crews remain on scene to clear up.

Hereford Times