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Two taken to hospital after three-car crash in Darlaston

By Steven Jones | Darlaston | News | Published: | Last Updated:

Two men have been taken to hospital after three cars crashed on a busy street.

The crash happened near Darlaston Health Centre on Pinfold Street. Photo: Google

The incident took place in near the junction between King Edwards Street and Pinfold Street in Darlaston, at around 4.15pm on Wednesday and was attended by all three emergency services.

A caller to West Midlands Ambulance reported seeing smoke coming from one of the vehicles and debris scattered on the road.

Two ambulances treated those involved in the crash at the scene next to Darlaston Health Centre and two men were taken to hospital.

West Midlands Fire Service also attended to make the vehicles safe following the smash.

A man aged 31, who was a passenger in a van, was treated at the scene by a GP who stumbled across the scene.

He did not need any assistance getting out of his vehicle, but has been taken to Walsall Manor Hospital with suspected fractured ribs.

Another man, aged 26, was taken to Walsall Manor Hospital after he reported having difficulty breathing and a potential head injury.

Steven Jones

By Steven Jones
Trainee Reporter - @SJones_Star

Trainee reporter based at the Express & Star's head office in Wolverhampton. Get in touch via steven.jones@expressandstar.co.uk.

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