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An eight-year-old girl was kicked in the head by a horse in Malvern and had to be airlifted to hospital shortly before 7.50am this morning.
West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to a property in Blackmore Park Road, Malvern Wells.
She sustained a nasty head wound and was unconscious for a short time.
She arrived at Birmingham Children's Hospital for further assessment and treatment.
Five people have been injured and taken to hospital after a serious two-car smash in Worcestershire tonight.
Emergency crews were called to Hanbury Road, Droitwich, shortly before 7pm to find the two cars were badly damaged, with three people trapped inside.
The driver of one of the cars, a 51 year old man, suffered a serious chest injury and a nasty leg wound, along with a suspected head injury. He had to be cut free from the car before being taken to the major trauma unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
The two rear passengers from the second car, a man and a woman, were also trapped and had to be cut free.
The man, 59, was suffering pain in his back, chest and abdomen, while the woman, 51, was suffering back, neck and chest pain. They were both taken to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital for further treatment and assessment.
The female driver and male front seat passenger of the car had managed to climb out themselves before the emergency services arrived.
Paramedics were concerned about suspected spinal injuries so they were immobilised and taken to the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch for assessment.
A man has died after crashing into a tree in Staffordshire today.
The crash happened on the A519 between Slindon and Beech in Eccleshall at around 7.15am.
The man, who was the driver of the car, was confirmed dead at the scene. Nobody else was injured.
Twelve people were injured after a small 'chemical incident' at a college in Hodge Hill in Birmingham.
Ambulance crews were called to Hodge Sports and Enterprise College in Bromford Road at around 8am.
West Midlands Ambulance Service assessed 12 people who reportedly cam into contact with a small amount of Bromine.
A man has died in a lorry crash on the A50 near Uttoxeter in Staffordshire this morning.
It happened just before 7am, when two HGVs crashed. The westbound direction of the road is still closed.
A second lorry driver was taken to hospital.
Eleven people had to be treated after a crash involving a car and minibus this afternoon in Birmingham.
The smash happened in Bromford Road, Hodge Hill at around 3.15pm.
A man has been taken to hospital after being overcome by fumes while working on a building site in Shropshire today.
The man, in his 20s, was working down a manhole in Wensley Green in the Woodside area of Telford this morning when it is believed he started to suffer the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Emergency services were called shortly after 10.30am. Crews lifted him out of the manhole and stabilised him before taking him to the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford for further treatment.
A woman was seriously injured and had to be cut free from her car after crashing into a tree in Worcestershire this morning.
The driver, in her 20s, was trapped after the smash in Druids Lane, Wythall, at around 7.30am.
She was treated for serious head and chest injuries and was taken to Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment.
The hospital was alerted to the seriousness of her condition ahead of her arrival.
Paramedics were called to two separate crashes on the M6 this morning.
Emergency services received a call at 8.15am after a car and a lorry crashed between junction 3 and 2 southbound.
A man was treated at the scene before being taken to Walsgrave hospital in Coventry as a precaution.
Less than an hour later, ambulances were sent to the M6 again - this time, to deal with a crash near junction 6 of the southbound carriageway. A car and two lorries had collided.
One patient was treated for a leg injury and taken to Heartlands Hospital.
A climber was airlifted to hospital after falling around 40 feet from a rock face in the Staffordshire Peak District today.
The man, in his 20s, was treated for cuts to his head and back pain after falling the equivalent of a three-storey house in the Upper Hulme area, shortly before 1pm.
He was treated at the scene before being airlifted to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire for further treatment and assessment.