TWO CHILDREN and two adults have been injured in a crash on the M5 between Evesham and Worcester.
The incident, which involved the car they were in and two HGV lorries, took place at 1.15am this morning on the northbound carriageway between Junction 7 and Junction 6.
A four-month-old boy and a two year old girl both suffered serious injuries and the toddler was trapped in the car for about 50 minutes until she was freed.
Both received emergency treatment at the scene before being taken by ambulance to Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Because of the severity of their injuries, the hospital was pre-alerted about their conditions.
The woman, who was in her 20s, suffered serious neck and pelvic injuries and the man, who was also in his 20s, suffered multiple minor injuries.
Both received treatment at the scene before being taken to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital for further treatment.
medics and were transferred by ambulance to Worcester Royal Hospital for further treatment.
“The two lorry drivers were checked over by ambulance crews but did not require further treatment and were discharged at the scene.”
A West Midlands Ambulance spokesperson said four ambulances, a paramedic officer and two BASICS Doctors were sent to the scene.