Serious injuries following van crash

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MORE details have been released about two men injured in a crash this morning in Kidderminster.

A van crashed into  a wall at 2.45am near Rousbine Caravan Park in Callow Hill.

Two ambulances, a community paramedic and the MERIT trauma doctor attended. 

A passenger, in his 40s, required emergency treatment for head and chest injuries. Due to the seriousness of his injuries, he was anaesthetised at the scene by a doctor.

He was fully immobilised with a neck collar and spinal board and taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham - a major trauma unit.

The doctor travelled with the patient to continue treatment on route.

A second passenger, in his 20s, suffered suspected pelvic injuries and after treatment was fully immobilised, with the addition of a pelvic binder, and taken to the same hospital for treatment.

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8:23pm Sat 1 Mar 14

stesanfran says...

Does the Shuttle have spell check ?
Does the Shuttle have spell check ? stesanfran
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9:39am Mon 3 Mar 14

Aw8093 says...

I personally think they should get their facts right aswel. The was no 40 year old man in the car!!
I personally think they should get their facts right aswel. The was no 40 year old man in the car!! Aw8093
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