A number of appointments have been cancelled, after a car smashed into the entrance of Belmont Medical Centre in Hereford on Thursday.

Fortunately there were no serious injuries, but the impact caused significant damage to the building.

A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service told Your Herefordshire:

“We were called at 10.26am to a road traffic collision involving a car and a building on Eastholme Avenue. 

“One ambulance and a paramedic officer attended the scene. Upon arrival we found a woman who was the driver of the car and a man who was in the building.

“Both were assessed by ambulance staff. 

“The driver of the car was uninjured and the man from the building had sustained minor injuries. 

“They received self care advice from ambulance staff before being discharged at the scene.”

West Mercia Police and Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service have also shared updates following an incident at Belmont Medical Centre on Thursday.

A car smashed into the front of the building at around 10.30am this morning.

A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said:

“We were called to single vehicle collision around 10.30am this morning (Thursday 20 June) at the Belmont Medical Centre, Hereford. No arrests were made.”

A spokesperson for Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said:

“Three Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews – two from Hereford and one from Ewyas Harold Fire Stations – were called at 10:29 on 20 June to an RTC involving a vehicle into a building in Eastholme Avenue, Hereford. 

“A car had collided with the front of a building but no persons were trapped. Two casualties were handed over to the care of the ambulance service who attended along with police.

“The incident was marked as pending closure at 11:34.