Police want to speak to anyone who saw a Vauxhall Corsa in the Leominster area shortly before it was involved in a serious collision

Emergency services at the scene of the crash. Picture by Simon Gibson.

Emergency services at the scene of the crash. Picture by Simon Gibson.

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POLICE want to speak to anyone who saw a car being driven in Leominster shortly before it was involved in a serious crash near Hereford yesterday.

The blue Vauxhall Corsa, registration X32 GAB, is believed to have been in the Leominster area before the collision on the Canon Pyon Road at 12.50pm.

The male driver of the Corsa was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following the crash that happened near to the Roman Road junction,

He was today described as being in a "critical" condition.

The driver of a silver Forda Kuga that was also involved in the collision was taken to Hereford County Hospital with a leg injury.

Sergeant Tim Hargraves from the Operational Patrol Unit in Hereford said: “We believe the blue Vauxhall Corsa had come from the Leominster area and we want to hear from anyone who saw it before the collision on Wednesday.

“We are trying to build up a picture of exactly what led up to this incident, which resulted in two drivers going to hospital – one with serious injuries.”

Anyone with information can call Sgt Hargraves or PC Kerry Welding on 101, quoting incident number 263s 260314.

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