Firefighters cut man from lorry after M5 crash closes motorway near Oldbury

Firefighters had to cut a man free from a lorry after a crash on the M5 today.
Two lorries collided on the northbound carriageway near junction 2 around 11.30am.
The man suffered only slight abrasions to the head and face. The driver of the other vehicle escaped unhurt.
Highways officers expect all lanes to be closed at the stretch of motorway until between 6.30pm and 6.45pm.
Incident Commander Russ Edwards said two appliances from Oldbury Fire Station attended the crash.
He said: “It was an RTC on the M5 involving two HGVs. Nobody was injured but one man had slight abrasions to the head... read more

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