By Tristan Harris Thursday 03 October 2013 Updated: 07/10 00:10
TWO DRIVERS had lucky ecape after a crash involving a car and a coach that had broken down in Hagley this morning (Thursday).
It happened on Stourbridge Road at 8.50am and was seen by an off-duty paramedic officer.
The driver of the car, a man in his 30s suffered minor cuts and bruises, but was extremely shook up.
The paramedic was joined by an ambulance and another paramedic officer who treated the car driver before he was taken to Russels Hall Hospital.
Luckily the coach driver, who was working on the engine shortly before the crash, was uninjured.
He had left the engine to fetch some more tools.
The man, in his 50s, was alsochecked over for shock but did not need further treatment.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "Considering the severe damage to the vehicle, the driver was extremely fortunate not to have suffered more serious or even fatal injuries.”
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