FIREFIGHTERS were called to several crashes in Herefordshire over the weekend.

Crews were first called to the B4355, near Kington, at 11.25am on Saturday (February 17).

The incident involved three vehicles, with all occupants out of the vehicles before the arrival of the fire service. One vehicle was made safe and the two other vehicles were recovered.


Four casualties were handed over to the care of the ambulance service who attended along with police.

A fire crew from Kington was then sent to a crash in Stanner shortly before 6.20pm. A small vehicle crashed into a hedge, with the road being closed by the fire service prior to the arrival of police.

The male driver was taken to hospital.

Meanwhile, three vehicles were involved in a crash in Leominster on Sunday (February 18). 

Emergency services were called to Broad Street shortly after 9.45am. No injuries were reported; however, traffic management had to be carried out.