Posted: 27.12.20 at 14:24 by The Editor
Crews from Atherstone Fire Station were called out over the weekend to attend a road traffic collision on the A5 at Woodford Lane junction.
Three vehicles Telsa, a Fiat 500 and a Citroen were involved and crews made all three vehicles safe.
Whilst there were injuries at the scene, none were deemed to be life-threatening.
Atherstone and Coleshill Police were also on hand to close the road whilst the collision was being dealt with.
A spokesperson from Atherstone Fire Station said "There were multiple casualties, non of which were believed to have life changing injuries.
"We were requested by the Police to isolate a Tesla that had been involved.
"Due to our training and resources available to us, they knew it wouldn't be a problem for us to make the vehicle safe.
"We made the three vehicles safe after providing scene safety for all the emergency services."
The junction has been the site of a number of collisions in 2020, and many residents have called for a change in the junction's layout.
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