A woman has suffered serious injuries after being involved in a collision in Herefordshire.

A spokesperson for West Midlands Ambulance Service said:

“We were called to reports of a serious RTC on the A49 at the junction of the B4348 at Llandinabo in Herefordshire at 12:06pm today. 

“Three ambulances and a paramedic officer were sent to the scene.  On arrival, crews found a red car that had suffered significant damage and a lorry that had front end damage. 

“There were five people in the car, four adults and a child.   A middle aged woman had suffered a serious leg injury. After being helped out of the vehicle by ambulance staff, she was treated at the scene before being taken on blue lights to Hereford County Hospital.

“A middle aged man and two younger women were also treated at the scene for less serious injuries.  A boy who was also in the car had minor injuries. 

“All four were taken to the same hospital for further assessment and treatment.  The lorry driver, a middle aged man was assessed at the scene and was discharged.”