EMERGENCY crews rushed to a Hereford street after a car flipped in a crash.

Police and paramedics were called to Hereford's Eign Street after receiving reports of the two-car crash.

A West Mercia Police spokesperson said officers were called at 11.10 pm on Tuesday night (April 2), arriving at the scene to find the two cars, one of which was overturned.


An ambulance also attended the scene, where it was joined by a paramedic officer and a further ambulance crew from the Welsh Ambulance Service, a West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson said.

Paramedics at the scene found there were three occupants of the vehicles, all of whom were assessed at the roadside and later discharged at the scene.

The police spokesperson said that there were no injuries to report.

The road is open this morning.