A woman received life support for life-threatening injuries after a car crashed into street furniture in Dudley. Three people were injured in the crash which happened on the Waterfront Way Bridge at around 8.40pm yesterday (March 16).
Three ambulances, a paramedic and the Midlands Air Ambulance intensive care car attended the scene. A woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital with life-threatening injuries, a man was seriously injured and another woman was not seriously injured.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “On arrival, crews found three patients. The first, a woman. She had suffered life-threatening injuries. She received advanced care from ambulance personnel at the scene.
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“She was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further treatment. The second, a man. He had suffered serious injuries. He was treated on the spot.
“The third, a woman. She was assessed and had sustained injuries that were not believed to be life threatening. She was treated on the spot.
“They have been taken to Russells Hall Hospital for further evaluation.”