By Tristan Harris Tuesday 01 October 2013 Updated: 03/10 15:04
TWO PEOPLE have been arrested after two separate police pursuits yesterday (Monday) - one in Bromsgrove and one in Ombersley.
The first incident happened at around 3.30pm when a Vauxhall Vectra failed to stop near Junction 5 of the M5 at Droitwich.
After leaving the motorway at Lydiate Ash, it turned onto the A491 and, heading towards Hagley, it collided with a Toyota Corolla, near the Bell service station.
Two fire crews from Bromsgrove attended and two members of the public had to be freed by firefighters after they became trapped in the Corolla. Luckily, they were not seriously injured.
A 33-year-old Dudley man was arrested on suspicion of theft and dangerous driving.
In the second incident, a police tried to stop a Suzuki Alto in Doverdale Lane, Ombersley, at around 10pm.
The two police cars were rammed by a second vehicle which was in convoy with the Suzuki. That had been stolen from Worcester.
Twi police officers were injured and both police vehicles were written off.
A 47-year-old man from Wednesbury was arrested on suspicion of theft, dangerous driving and failing to stop for police.
The Suzuki, which left the scene, was found abandoned in Mustow Green today (Tuesday).
Both of the arrested men remain in police custody assisting with their inquiries.
Anyone who witnessed either of the incidents or anyone with any information should call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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