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A man was trapped in the car he was driving following a serious collision in Shropshire yesterday afternoon.
The crash occurred on the B4371, Hilltop, near the Wenlock Edge Inn at around 12.40pm.
“Crews arrived to find a car and a 4×4 vehicle that had been in a collision, with both vehicles suffering front end damage.
“The driver of the car, a man believed to be 21 years old, suffered serious leg injuries and suspected back injuries in the crash. Medics treated the man whilst he was trapped in the car and he was given pain relief.
“With the assistance of the fire service the man was safely removed from the vehicle and received further treatment at the scene. He was trapped for around one hour.
The man was then transferred by land ambulance to Royal Shrewsbury Hospital for further treatment.
The passenger in the car, a girl believed to be 18 years-old, suffered minor injuries in the crash including chest and abdominal pain.
The occupants of the 4×4 vehicle were both checked at the scene but did not require further treatment and were discharged.
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A three car collision in Oswestry this afternoon has left a family of four in hospital.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the A483 just before 3.00pm. The road has been closed for several hours.
A 14-year-old girl, who sustained a facial injury, had to be extricated from the car with help from the fire service.
The other three occupants, the teenage girls’ relatives, had managed to get out of the car prior to our arrival. While a man in his 50s had chest pain together with pain in his back and hip - they are being treated at the Royal Shrewsbury and the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
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A post-mortem examination into human remains found on a motorway embankment in Shropshire has proven inconclusive.
West Mercia Police said further tests had now been ordered on skeletal remains including a skull which were discovered near a roundabout on junction 4 of the M54 last week.
The skull was found during routine survey work on August 20 near Telford, leading to a closure while the scene was investigated.
Searches at the site ended on Sunday, with lab tests showing the remains had been at the scene for more than two years.
Police have said they are keeping an open mind as to how the remains, identified as male, had come to be there.
"We are still open-minded as to how this individual happened to be at this location, and we are continuing to pursue a number of inquiries to identify the man and establish what has happened.
"Further forensic inquiries will take a number of weeks but we will continue to keep the public updated on any developments."
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Police are becoming increasingly concerned for missing teenager Faye Fellows.
The 16-year-old was last at 2:30pm on Friday 21st August 2015.
Faye is described as white with shoulder length straight black hair, of a slim build and around 5ft 5ins tall.
She was last seen wearing a maroon top with black jeans and also has blue eyes and has both ears pierced.
If you have seen Faye, of know of her whereabouts, then please contact West Mercia police on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
West Mercia Police are appealing for any information on a missing 16-year-old girl from Shropshire, Faye Fellows.
Police believe she may be in the Shrewsbury area but she also has connections to Dudley and Birmingham.
The teenager was last at 2:30pm on Friday 21st August.
She is white with shoulder length straight black hair, a slim build and around 5ft 5ins tall.
She was last seen wearing a maroon top with black jeans. She has blue eyes and both ears pierced.
This Saturday Folksy Theatre bring their open air theatre performance of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to the Dorothy Clive Garden in Shropshire. The performance will be filled with live folk music and characters as you have never seen before.
This family friendly event can be enjoyed by all and you can bring your own picnic and blankets, relax and enjoy the performance under the summer sky.
See more: http://dorothyclivegarden.co.uk/