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Emergency services called to crash after car ends up on its roof

Two patients were assessed by medics and discharged at the scene of a crash when a care ended up on its roof.

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Emergency services were sent to the scene near to the junction of the B4555 and B4363 at Billingsley, near Highley, from 1.34pm on Wednesday

A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to reports of an overturned car near to the junction of the B4555 and B4363 at 1.34pm, one ambulance attended the scene.

"On arrival we discovered two patients, a man and a woman, both of whom were assessed and discharged at the scene."

Firefighters from Bridgnorth, Cleobury Mortimer and Wellington at 1.42pm on with an operations officer there too.

The fire service rescue tender was sent in response to reports of persons being trapped.

But when the crew arrived on the scene they found that nobody needed rescuing.

Crews used tools and small gear to make the vehicle safe.

The fire crews sent their incident stop message at 2.04pm.

West Mercia Police confirmed that they attended the scene.

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