A woman was taken to hospital with 'potentially serious injuries' after a two-car crash involving a black Audi.

Police, ambulance and fire crews all attended the crash, which took place shortly after 6pm in Tybridge Street on Monday, October 11.

Two lanes of traffic were sectioned off by officers as ambulance and fire crews administered roadside treatment to the injured woman.

A man also sustained minor injuries but was discharged by paramedics on the scene.

Video footage sent into the Worcester News showed several emergency vehicles at the scene, with slow moving traffic passing by the crash site.

Pictures of the crash also show two vehicles, including a black Audi and a small red car, with debris from both cars scattered across the road.

Worcester News: Emergency services at the scene.Emergency services at the scene.

A spokesman for the West Midlands Ambulance Service, said: "We were called at 6.49pm to reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars on Tybridge Street, Worcester. Two ambulances attended the scene.

"On arrival, we discovered two patients, the first, a woman, the driver of one of the cars, who was assessed on scene and had sustained potentially serious injuries. 

"She was conveyed to Worcestershire Royal Hospital for further assessment.

"The second patient, a man, the driver of the other car, had sustained minor injuries and was given self-care advice and discharged on scene."

A spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire Service, said: "HWFRS were called at 18.10 on Monday 11 October to an RTC on Tybridge Street Worcester involving two vehicles.

"Two appliances attended from Worcester fire station, also Police and Ambulance, and two persons received treatment on site."