EMERGENCY services have been called out to help drivers after two vehicles crashed and left the road in Herefordshire.

Tenbury Fire Station said it was called out the crash where two vehicles had been involved in a crash and left the carriageway.

Joined by colleagues from Bromyard, crews found the vehicles on their wheels and no one was trapped.


The crash happened at around 6.30pm on Wednesday (February 9) in Upper Sapey, between Bromyard and Great Witley.

The fire service said casualties were given precautionary checks by crews and were then handed over to paramedics when they arrived.

The vehicles and scene were made safe, with West Mercia Police and West Midlands Ambulance Service also in attendance.