Emergency services raced to the aid of a man and a woman after their car struck a tree before overturning on Woodland Avenue, in Quarry Bank.
Brierley Hill fire station were called around 3.20pm on Saturday, October 5th and paramedics confirmed that both occupants of the car escaped uninjured
A spokesman from West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We were called to Woodland Avenue at around 3.21pm on Saturday. Paramedic officers attended the scene.
“It involved a single car rollover at low speed that hit a tree.
“A man and a woman was in the car. They both didn’t want to be assessed and declined hospital conveyance.”
No one was trapped in the dark grey car which is believed to be a Citroen C4 Cactus. The road was blocked for a short while during clearance and cleanup.
RTC Car VS Tree. Woodland Avenue Quarry Bank.. Both of the people in the car escaped unharmed… The tree wasn’t so lucky… pic.twitter.com/SpqcOYKuJ3
— Brierley Hill Fire Station (@WMFSBrierleyH) October 5, 2019