Seriously injured woman found trapped between car and wall in Shrewsbury

A woman suffered serious injuries when she was trapped between a car and a wall in Shrewsbury.

Emergency crews were called to an address in Kingswood Road, Mytton Oak, shortly after 7pm on Monday.

She was freed by the fire service and given oxygen therapy until a paramedic arrived.

Jamie Arrowsmith, of West Midlands Ambulance Service, said: "We were called at 7.03pm to reports of a patient who was trapped between a car and a wall on Kingswood Road. One ambulance and a paramedic officer attended the scene.

"On arrival we discovered one patient, a woman, who was treated for a potentially serious injury before being transported to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital."

In a separate incident, an ambulance and firefighters were called to an address in Third Avenue, Ketley Bank, Telford, at 5.16am today to a medical emergency.

They arrived to find a man requiring treatment at the scene before paramedics transported him to the Princess Royal Hospital, in Telford, for further assessment.

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