Crash in Eckington blocks road

Worcester News: Crash in Eckington blocks road Crash in Eckington blocks road

A ROAD was partially blocked after a car left the road and crashed into a lamppost near Pershore.

Police and a fire crew from Pershore were called to Tewkesbury Road, Eckington, at 12.20pm today to the crash which involved a black Peugeot 207.

An ambulance, a first responder, a paramedic and the Air Ambulance from Strensham were also called and assessed a woman at the scene.

She did not need hospital treatment.

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3:51pm Thu 12 Dec 13

copierman says...

I hope the owner gets to it soon as a bloke in a old style grey Landrover was taking great interest in it. He moved on when I gave him the eye but he stopped again further down the road for another look.
The Land Rover had some trade name on the side like Aerial Man or something similar.
I hope the owner gets to it soon as a bloke in a old style grey Landrover was taking great interest in it. He moved on when I gave him the eye but he stopped again further down the road for another look. The Land Rover had some trade name on the side like Aerial Man or something similar. copierman

4:42pm Thu 12 Dec 13

barneyhome says...

It was a telephone pole that the car hit
It was a telephone pole that the car hit barneyhome

7:46am Fri 13 Dec 13

stu2010 says...

An ambulance, paramedic, first responder and the air ambulance, not forgetting the police and fire brigade and the driver didn't need hospital treatment. No wonder the NHS and public services are hemorrhaging money, what a total waste of tax payers money!!!! WASTE WASTE WASTE!!!!!!
An ambulance, paramedic, first responder and the air ambulance, not forgetting the police and fire brigade and the driver didn't need hospital treatment. No wonder the NHS and public services are hemorrhaging money, what a total waste of tax payers money!!!! WASTE WASTE WASTE!!!!!! stu2010

9:56am Sat 14 Dec 13

RobertR says...

I rode past the accident whilst the Emergency Services were there.
How does someone hit a telegraph pole on a dead straight road with no other vehicle involved?.
I rode past the accident whilst the Emergency Services were there. How does someone hit a telegraph pole on a dead straight road with no other vehicle involved?. RobertR

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