Police car crash in Brownhills this morning

There was a car accident this morning on the Pelsall Road, Brownhills, just on the east side of Highbridge near the Council Depot – formerly the Edward Rose Plant.

A police car left the road while responding to a call at around 4:00am, rolled down the embankment and hit a palisade fence. The two officers inside the vehicle suffered serious, but not life threatening injuries and were rushed to hospital. No other vehicles were involved.

The Pelsall Road was closed for some time afterward.

Read the full story at the Express & Star or Walsall Advertiser.

West Midlands Fire Service tweeted the following on their Aldridge Fire account:

I’d like to offer my sympathies to the officers concerned. An awful thing to happen. Here’s wishing them a speedy recovery.

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The Express & Star were very quick off the mark with this. Click on the image to visit the story.

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1 Response to Police car crash in Brownhills this morning

  1. Warren Parry says:

    strange place to go off the road! i do hope they are ok.

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