When the ambulances arrived, they found en off duty nurse and other caregivers for two tenants in in car.
West Mercia Police filed an appeal for witnesses with any footage from the DVR or other information contact them.
Pictures of scene of Sunday crash on direct line between Hinstock and Newport on Sunday afternoon were released fire Shropshire Fire and Rescue Brigades, including one shows debris scattered along the road.
While the rescuers freed car driver one more team of rescuers worked to stop leak from the truck that ended up in hedge.
” car significant amount of injury and male driver was found be trapped,” said a spokesman for the Market Drayton Fire Department. also sent from Newport and Hodnet with with a rescue tender from Wellington and an operations officer from HQ.
fire The service spokesman said: “The crews quickly set about getting hydraulic rescue equipment to work begin release the captured driver.”
Two ambulances and a member of the West Midlands Ambulance Service, and with Midlands Air Ambulance from Cosford with critical A doctor and paramedic were all present at the incident. West Mercian police officers blocked the A41 motorway. in in both directions between Stanford Bridge and Newport, with put diversions in place.
“Once clear of in vehicle in critical the attending physician and paramedics stabilized the condition of the victims before they were taken to the trauma center of the Royal Stoke University Hospital, with potentially life-changing trauma, added representative.
Describing the scene as “significant collision”between car and a large commodity vehicle, they worked closely together with in critical doctor and paramedics carefully remove driver carrying out a side removal, sunroof and dashboard lift on in car using hydraulic shears, spreaders and hydraulic cylinders.
While salvation of wounded car driver took another place team of firefighters worked to stop leak from damaged oversized cargo vehicle, using equipment granted environment agency. vehicle was also made electrically safe.
“Once the firefighters managed to create full access injured drivertogether board was carefully crafted in placethen in in a controlled manner, the victim was lifted from vehicle- said fire service representative.
“Our thoughts with injured man, we hope they soon on road to recovery.”
cause of in collision is under investigation by West Mercian police officers. collision investigation unit.
The West Midlands Ambulance Service received several calls to 999 reporting collision with car and truck on A41 Chester Road, Chetwynd at 15:54 (Sunday). Three ambulances, two paramedics and a Midlands ambulance from Cosford. with doctor and paramedic on board was present at the scene.
A spokesman for the West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “When the crews arrived, they found en off duty nurse and other caregivers for two tenants in in car. driver male, was found with serious injury.
” team of Ambulance staff worked closely with fire colleagues free a person from car during trauma care to stabilize his critical condition. The man was airlifted to Royal Stokes University Hospital for more specialized trauma care.
“Passenger of in car the woman was treated on scene for less serious injuries before being transported by ground ambulance to the same hospital for further checks.
West Mercia Police Appeals for witnesses after what they called “serious collisionshortly before 3:55 p.m. featuring a Volkswagen Golf station wagon and a truck near the Stanford Bridge junction, north of Newport.
The representative said: driver of Volkswagen Golf was seriously injured and was taken to the hospital air Ambulance”.
Anyone who saw a collision, or possibly captured it on video recorder, please bring in touch.
Advisors have recently supported safety review for what stretch of A41 after several serious injuries and deaths.