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Two police officers were involved in a car crash last night in West Bromwich, whilst responding to an emergency call of an assault.
Two male officers, both from West Bromwich police station, were in a marked police car when they collided with a BMW at 10.50pm in Coles Lane, Hill Top.
One of the officers was taken to hospital after being rescued from the vehicle by fire officers and was later discharged. The other officer suffered minor injuries.
The driver of the other vehicle was uninjured.
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Number of units in the local area are still without power as electrical station de-energised and crews are still damping down on site.
Two police officers were injured in a crash last night, after their marked police car had a collision while responding to an emergency call.
The two male officers, based at West Bromwich police station, were heading to reports of an assault when they crashed into another vehicle, at around 10.50pm in Coles Lane at the junction with Hill Top.
One of the officers was taken to hospital after being helped out of the car by firefighters. He was later discharged. The other officer suffered minor injuries.
The driver of the other car was not injured.
One engine remains at the scene with crews damping down the site.Read the full story ›
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Officers were called to Cottage Walk on Tuesday afternoon. The man has not yet been identified but a post-mortem examination found he died as a result of stab wounds. Police believe he may have been dead for up to four weeks.