Six people have been confirmed dead and one in a critical condition after a ghastly multi-vehicle clash in Birmingham that occurred early on Sunday morning.The Birmingham Sunday multi-vehicle crash is among the various car accidents that have occurred in London this year.
The crash occurred in the early hours on Sunday morning at the entrance to the underground tunnel on Lee Bank Middleway, near Edgbaston, at the junction of Bristol Road.According to West Midlands Ambulance Service, six vehicles were involved in the deadly accident.
THE BIRMINGHAM SUNDAY MULTI-VEHICLE COLLISION
All first responders at the scene are doing their very best in very difficult and upsetting circumstances. This is a very serious incident. If you saw the crash happen or the circumstances leading up to it, please call us now on 101.
— Birmingham Police (@brumpolice) December 17, 2017
We are continuing to investigate a serious collision this morning involving three cars on Belgrave and Lee Bank Middleway in Birmingham. Six people have sadly been confirmed dead. Please avoid the area.
— West Midlands Police (@WMPolice) December 17, 2017
Birmingham Sunday multi-vehicle crash
Five ambulances and three paramedics services were quickly sent to the accident scene.Relatives of affected victims arrived early on Sunday morning very desperate to find how it all happened.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service official confirmed that a man and woman in the first car managed to escape and are currently receiving treatment in the Heartlands Hospital, the driver of the car was confirmed dead on arrival.
Of those traveling in the three other cars involved in the accident, two were treated for minor injuries, one discharged after clinical assessment and another discharged after he made it known that he doesn’t need assistance.
The road which the terrible accident occurred will remain closed until further notice.