Car on its roof after two-vehicle collision at busy Telford roundabout

Commuters faced queues this morning after a car rolled on its roof in a crash at a busy roundabout.

Emergency services were called to the 'Three guns' Garrison Roundabout in Donnington at around 7.30am. Photo: Google
Emergency services were called to the 'Three guns' Garrison Roundabout in Donnington at around 7.30am. Photo: Google

Two vehicles, a hatchback car and a box van, were involved in a collision at the Garrison Roundabout on the A518 in Donnington, leaving the car upside down.

Emergency services including the fire service and the ambulance were called to the scene at around 7.30am, with the fire service reporting no one was trapped in either vehicle.

By 8.45am the AA Traffic News was showing queues heading north stretching back beyond the Hortonwood Roundabout and southbound traffic queuing back towards the junction with Kynnersley Drive, with the ongoing roadworks by Aldi on Wellington Road causing further delay. However, these had all cleared by 10.45am.

There is currently no report of injuries, but the fire service has said any casualties have been left in the care of the ambulance service.

West Midlands Ambulance Service said the driver of the car needed treatment for minor injuries and was discharged at the scene.

West Mercia Police confirmed the road is now clear.

The A518 saw another accident last night, with the emergency services called to deal with a two-car crash near Newport at around 5.30pm.

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