MORE details have emerged after an incident outside a theatre in Hereford that led to emergency services being called.

Five cars were involved in a crash in the car park of the Courtyard in Hereford on March 23.

The Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said it was called to the scene at 9.28pm after reports of a crash, with police also attending.


A spokesperson for the fire service said at the time that an ambulance had been called, but West Midlands Ambulance Service has since confirmed that a crew did not attend.

Emergency services confirmed a car collided with four parked vehicles and a fence, with a crew of fire officers from Hereford Fire Station making sure the car was safe after the incident, and posed no risk to the public.

A spokesperson for the Courtyard, the theatre based in Hereford's Edgar Street, said: "We are relieved to report that an incident on Saturday evening (March 23) resulted in no injuries. The safety and well-being of all individuals involved is our top priority, and we are grateful that everyone emerged unharmed. Our team responded swiftly and efficiently to the situation, following all necessary protocols to ensure the safety of those affected. We are extremely grateful to the emergency services who attended on the evening ensuring the correct steps were taken to ensure maximum safety."