A CAR fell down an embankment along a narrow road in Malvern.

At 1.08pm on November 19 firefighters were called to Chase Road, Upper Colwall where a car had gone down an embankment. 

A Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "Two crews from Malvern were called to a collision involving a small vehicle in Chase Road, Upper Colwall, Malvern.

"A car had gone down an embankment.

"Three casualties and two dogs were assisted using a general purpose line.

"Three casualties were assessed by the ambulance service who attended along with police."

Worcester News: CAR: Chase Road, where a car went down an embankmentCAR: Chase Road, where a car went down an embankment (Image: Google)Firefighters left just after 2pm. 

Droitwich firefighters were also called to Corbett Avenue, Droitwich, at 5.13pm on November 19. 

The spokesperson said: "A wheelie bin had been destroyed by fire but had been extinguished before the arrival of the fire service.

"The area was dampened down using one hosereel jet.

"There were no casualties and no other emergency services attended."

Firefighters left before 5.40pm.