FIREFIGHTERS had to cut two people from cars following a two car crash in Studley.

Five people were injured in the collision on The Slough on Sunday, July 10. 

Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service and West Midlands Ambulance Service rushed to the scene at 8.34am. 

Two occupants trapped within the two cars, and three people who managed to get out of the cars, were treated at the scene.

Firefighters worked to extract the two people from a blue Seat Leon and a green Rover saloon.

Paramedic Ian Inglesant described those involved in the crash as "all very lucky."

Four ambulances, a paramedic area support officer and the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance team in a rapid response vehicle attended the scene.

A spokesman from West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We treated a man in his 20s for an abdominal injury, a man in his 30s for a shoulder injury and back pain."

"A young boy with neck and chest injuries and a woman in her 30s suffered minor injuries and accompanied the child to hospital.

All four went to the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch. 

A fifth man in his 20s, suffering from back pain, chest pain, abdominal and pelvic injuries was given pain relief, immobilised and taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

The medic from the air crew travelled with the patient on the ambulance to continue treatment en-route.

More to follow.