A MAN was taken to hospital after he was involved in a crash on the main Hereford to Worcester road.

Emergency services were called to the A4103 in Fromes Hill at around 5.50pm last night (December 12).

The crash involved two vehicles, which were made safe by firefighters. 

A Spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said that one of its ambulances came across the crash.


"A second ambulance and a paramedic officer also attended the scene," he said.

"We treated one patient, a man, for injuries not believed to be serious, before he was taken to Hereford County Hospital."

It was the second crash that happened on the A4103 yesterday.

Earlier in the day, three vehicles crashed near the Newtown crossroads at around 3.40pm. 

Meanwhile, two people were taken to hospital after two cars crashed on the A4113 near the Jolly Frog in Leintwardine shortly before 6.15am.

Three ambulances and a paramedic officer attended the scene, where they found two men, who were the drivers of the cars.

The first man was rescued from the vehicle by the fire service, and after medical assessment was found to have sustained potentially serious injuries. He received treatment from ambulance staff at the scene.

The second man was assessed by ambulance staff and had sustained injuries not believed to be serious.

Both were conveyed to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital for further assessment.