Three-vehicle crash occurred in Leominster town centre

Emergency services were called to the junction of High Street and Corn Street at around 4.20pm. A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said two ambulances and two paramedics were sent to the scene, along with a Community First Responder.

“On arrival, crews discovered three vehicles had been involved in a collision and that there were three patients,” reads the statement.


“One man was treated by ambulance staff for injuries not believed to be serious before being conveyed to Hereford County Hospital for further treatment while a second man was treated for minor injuries and taken to the same hospital for further assessment.

“A third patient, also male, was assessed by medics but did not require hospital treatment and was discharged at the scene.”

Fire crews from Leominster, Kingsland and Tenbury were also sent, along with the police. The crash caused the road to be blocked, and motorists were advised to avoid the area.  

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