EMERGENCY services were called to a crash in a Herefordshire village.

Police were called to Titley, near Kington, yesterday afternoon (April 30) at 4.15pm.

West Mercia Police confirmed that only one vehicle was involved in the crash.

A spokesperson said: "We responded to a one-vehicle collision in Titley in Herefordshire on Tuesday, April 30. No injuries were recorded."


West Midlands Ambulance Service was not called to the scene, but a spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service (HWFRS) said that firefighters were called at 4.11pm.

A spokesperson said: "Two HWFRS crews, one each from Kington and Eardisley Stations, were called to a road traffic collision involving a small vehicle in Titley, Kington. A medium-sized van had turned over on the road. The vehicle was made safe by fire service personnel. Police also attended."

Emergency services left the scene at 5.17pm after confirming there were no trapped people in the van and no casualties.