Birmingham news Witness appeal for M5 crash where driver with serious injuries MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The 50-year-old man driving the Nissan GT-R collided with the nearside barrier, crossed four lanes of traffic and hit the central reservation barrier on the M5 near Droitwich
Breaking News ! Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash on the M5 in Worcestershire which has left a motorist in a serious condition. A car collided with the nearside barrier, before crossing four lanes of traffic and hitting the central reservation barrier. The 50-year-old male driver was seriously injured and given advanced life support at the scene before being taken to hospital. It happened at around 10am on Saturday June 27 June) on the southbound side, near Junction 5 for Droitwich. A Nissan GT-R was the car involved in the accident and West Mercia Police have launched an appeal for information and witnesses. Read More Related Articles Young woman taken to hospital after River Severn rescue in Worcester Read More Related Articles Pictures reveal bedlam in Kidderminster caused by sinkhole road closure A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called to reports of a car that had collided with the central reservation near to Junction 5 of the M5 at 10.01am on Saturday morning. "Two ambulances, a paramedic officer and two Midlands Air Ambulance Critical Care Cars attended the scene.
. "He was found in a serious condition and received advanced life support at the scene. He was then taken on blue lights and sirens to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham for further treatment." West Mercia Police is now appealing to try and find anyone who was on the motorway at the time and saw what happened. Anyone with information is asked to phone West Mercia Police on 101 quoting 189S 270620. The police appeal said: "A Nissan GT-R travelling south bound on the M5 near junction 5 has collided with the nearside barrier, before crossing four lanes of traffic and hitting the central reservation barrier.
"The 50 year old driver was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. "We are appealing to those who might have been travelling on the motorway at the time, and may have seen the incident to call us."
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