THREE people were treated by paramedics after a car crash partially blocked a main road into Worcester.

The trio were discharged at the scene following the crash in Bath Road, at the junction with Timberdine Avenue.

The road was left partially blocked by one of the vehicles involved in the crash.

Police were at the scene to safely allow traffic to pass, and confirmed that there were no major injuries.

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A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: "At around 8am today (Wednesday 29 June) officers received a report of a collision between two cars on Bath Road, Worcester near the junction with Timberdine Avenue.

"Officers and West Midlands Ambulance Service attended. No injuries were reported and one of the cars was recovered."

West Midlands Ambulance Service confirmed that there were three people involved in the crash.

A spokesperson said: "We were called to reports of a two-car RTC at the junction of Bath Road and Timberdine Avenue at 8.23am, one ambulance attended the scene.

"On arrival, we discovered three patients, all of whom were assessed and discharged at the scene with minor or no injuries.

Following the crash, drivers on Bath Road faced slow-moving traffic while the scene was in the process of being made safe.

The crash is the second crash that happened in Worcester this morning.

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Two cars also collided earlier this morning on Upper Tything, which left debris in the road.