A total of 12 patients have been treated by ambulance staff on the M5, 11 of whom have been taken to the hospital, following a six-vehicle collision.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the northbound carriageway, between junctions eight and seven, at 12.05pm and sent four ambulances, a paramedic officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance crew from Strensham in a rapid response vehicle to the scene.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “On arrival, crews discovered five cars and a lorry that had been in a collision.
“The 11 patients requiring further treatment at Worcester Royal Hospital were conveyed on four ambulances.
“On the first ambulance, there was a woman in her 50s who was treated for wrist and ankle injuries, a woman in her 20s who was treated for leg and facial injuries and two young boys who were treated for facial injuries and cuts to the foot respectively.
“The second ambulance conveyed a man in his 20s with chest pain, a teenage woman with a suspected fractured arm and a second teenage woman with arm and head pain.
“A woman in her 20s was treated for a fractured jaw and her injuries to her face whilst a man in his 20s was treated for a shoulder injury. They both travelled to the hospital in the same ambulance.
“Finally, two women in their 20s were treated for minor injuries before also being taken to Worcester Royal Hospital.
“A 12th patient, a man in his 20s, was discharged at the scene.”
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