Man and woman escape unscathed after car crashes into a tree in Allesley - The Coventry Observer

13th Aug, 2022

Man and woman escape unscathed after car crashes into a tree in Allesley

A MAN and a woman have somehow escaped serious injury after their car came off the road and crashed into a tree, leaving the vehicle on its side.

The incident happened near Bexfield Close, Rye Hill in the Allesley area of the city just before 1.10pm on Thursday.

Two ambulances and a senior paramedic officer were sent to the scene but both the man and women were discharged.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “The incident happened on a long left hand bend as the car was heading up the hill.

“When we arrived, we found the car on its side, but fortunately the two people inside had managed to get out through the rear.

“The driver, a 29 year old woman was shaken but otherwise unhurt and after assessment was discharged on scene.

“The front seat passenger, a 40 year old man had some aches and pains but after assessment and some pain relief was also discharged.”

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