A driver needed hospital treatment after another smash at a notorious junction on the A5.
The man was initially treated by paramedics at the scene of the collision – the junction of the A5 and Woodford Lane.
He was then taken to the George Eliot Hospital for further assessment.
Police and West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) responded to 999 calls to report a three car collision at just before 6pm yesterday (November 18).
A WMAS spokesperson said: “We were called at 5:53pm on Wednesday to reports of an RTC at the junction of the A5 and Woodford Lane. We sent one ambulance to the scene.
“The crew treated one patient, a man, who was the driver of one of the cars, for minor injuries and he was conveyed to George Eliot for further treatment.”
A Warwickshire Police spokesperson added that the stretch of road was blocked while medics tended to the man and remained out of bounds for some time as Highways England had to deal with a large spillage on the road.
The A5 junction with Woodford Lane is something of an accident blackspot and sadly lives have been lost as a result of collisions.
Only on November 3, a woman and a man had to be taken to hospital after a two car collision.
There have long been calls for permanent safety measures to be installed, from lights to a roundabout.
Coventry Live asked Highways England if any action would be taken to stop the number of accidents.
A spokesperson said that some anti-skid surfacing has recently been laid to help improve safety.
But they said that they are continually monitoring the situation at the location and the effectiveness of measures in place.
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