Birmingham Car Accident – An accident that occurred close to Birmingham International Airport resulted in the unfortunate death of a man. The collision between a car and a bus took place about one o’clock today afternoon, on July 10, and took place close to the cargo area. The man was found to be in severe condition when the air ambulance arrived at the scene, and they rushed him to the hospital.
Regrettably, there was nothing that could be done to save his life. The second sufferer, a woman, did not require any treatment at the hospital. In addition, personnel from the West Midlands Fire Service were there. An Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called to reports of an RTC on Falcon Way near Birmingham Airport at 1 pm and sent two ambulances, a paramedic officer and the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance to the scene.
“When crews arrived, they found that a car and a bus had been engaged in a collision, and the driver of the car, a guy, was in critical condition and receiving basic life support from his fellow police officers. though, despite everyone’s best efforts, it became evident that the man could not be saved, and his death was confirmed at the scene. Immediately, ambulance staff took over and began delivering advanced life support. Sadly, though, it became clear that the man could not be saved.
“A second patient, a woman, was assessed by medics, but she did not wish to go to the hospital so she was given advice on how to self-care and discharged at the scene.” The West Midlands Fire Service provided the following further information regarding the incident: “At 1.07 p.m. on Monday, July 10, we responded to a collision on Centro Way near Car Park 7 at Birmingham Airport.”
“Fifteen firemen responded in three fire engines and a brigade reaction vehicle that was a four-wheel-drive 4×4. They received assistance from professionals trained specifically in technical rescue. An automobile and a bus were engaged in the accident that caused the incident. We departed the location around 4:05 o’clock in the afternoon.”