A WOMAN has been taken to hospital with potentially serious injuries after a two-car crash near Leominster.

Emergency services were called to the B4362 at Bircher, with a picture from the fire service showing the two cars had crashed head-on.


A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said paramedics treated a woman, a passenger in one of the cars, for potentially serious injuries.

She was taken to Hereford County Hospital, and a second patient, the driver of the same car, was assessed and discharged at the scene.


Along with the ambulance, a Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crew from Kingsland was also called shortly after 7pm on Saturday (December 11).

"The incident involved two cars with one female casualty who was handed over into the care of the ambulance service," a fire service spokesperson said.

Police also attended. The vehicles were made safe by fire service personnel. The incident was marked as closed at 8.33pm."