It was a 'lucky escape' for all after a car crashed into a telegraph pole in Stratford.
South Warwickshire Police said airbags helped those involved escape with minor injuries.
A man was trapped in his wrecked car for two hours after a smash near Stratford this morning.
Emergency services arrived on the A46 at Bishopston at 7:30am today, where they found that a car and a van had crashed.
A signalling problem between Stratford-upon-Avon and Whitlocks End is causing disruption to journeys to Birmingham Snow Hill / Hatton.
Problems are is likely to continue until at least 17:00.
Trains are not running on some parts of the route or terminating early. For travel tips click HERE
Hundreds of people are expected to take part in a protest against the badger cull today.
The cull is aimed at stopping the spread of the TB disease to cattle but speakers from The Badger Trust at the event tomorrow say a cull is very expensive and could lead to more cases of TB being recorded.
Top chefs and food lovers have been sampling the best of locally-made goodies at the Stratford Food Festival in Warwickshire.
Great British Bake-Off star Paul Hollywood was among them, entertaining the crowds with a demonstration.
Wesley Smith reports.
Crowds of people have packed into a tent at the Stratford Food Festival to pick up tips from top TV baker Paul Hollywood.
Hollywood entertained the audience with anecdotes and jokes as well as carrying out a cooking demonstration.
Jams, cheeses and homemade cakes were among some of the goodies on offer at this year's Stratford Food Festival.
Hundreds of people have braved the weather for the event.
TV baker, Paul Hollywood, is to attend the Stratford Food Festival today as a special guest.
He will be doing three demonstrations to the public and a book signing.
The festival also includes interactive workshops to give visitors the chance to see first-hand how industry professionals go about their work, and learn something new.
The Stratford Food Festival is aiming for a record attendance of 20,000 this year, as it has moved to a new site.
This year's event, the eighth time the festival has been held, is at Stratford Racecourse, after the event last year saw a 34% increase in visitors.
Organisers want to avoid the congestion of last year, and hope the new venue will solve that problem.
Today is the second day of the two-day festival, with exhibitors including local artisan producers, pubs and hotels.
There is also expected to be a special guest.
School children have spoken of their excitement of appearing on 'Troy Story' at Birmingham Town Hall tonight.
"It's going to be breath-taking" said one performer.
"It's great to know that all our hard work is going to pay off" said another.