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Boy airlifted to hospital after car collision

A young boy has been airlifted to hospital after suffering serious injuries following a collision with a car this morning.

The collision took place on the junction of Hemlock Way and Sidon Hill Way, Cannock Credit: Google Maps

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the junction of Hemlock Way and Sidon Hill Way in Heath Hayes, Cannock, shortly after 8.20am.

The driver of the car, a woman, was uninjured in the incident.

Crews arrived to find a 12-year-old boy with a number of serious injuries following a collision with a car. He was assessed and treated for head, arm, leg and abdominal injuries.

He was immobilised and given pain relief before being airlifted to Birmingham Childrens Hospital. Unfortunately, his injuries are thought to be extremely serious."

– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman

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Three more charged in connection with Stafford death

Three more people have been charged in connection with the death of a man who was found seriously injured on a street in Stafford.

Carl Tindall, 35, died in August after he was discovered with serious head injuries on Cull Avenue.

Louise Hurmson, 32, and Sarah Hurmson, 35, who are both from Cannock, have been charged with assisting an offender. Anthony Boddison, 25, from Stafford, has also been charged with the same offence. All three have been bailed and will appear before magistrates in Cannock on January 13.

A fourth person, 35-year-old Jamie Sleigh, from Cannock, was charged in August with the manslaughter of Mr Tindall. He is due to appear at Stafford Crown Court in February.

Drivers lucky to escape injury free after crash in Cannock

Crash in Cannock this morning Credit: West Midlands Ambulance Service

Two drivers were lucky to avoid serious injuries, despite both vehicles being badly damaged.

West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to Orbital Way in Cannock shortly after 11.05am this morning.

Two paramedic area support officers attended the scene as well as two ambulance crews.

A woman in her sixties who was driving a silver Mercedes had a head wound which was bandaged and she was taken to New Cross Hospital. A man believed to be in his seventies who was driving the blue Skoda pictured, was assessed at the scene.

He was shaken but unhurt and didn’t wish to go to hospital.

– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman
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