Man taken to BRI after two-vehicle collision in Failand
A MAN had has been taken to the BRI after suffering injuries in a crash this morning.
Four fire engines attended the scene of the two car collision in Clevedon Road, Failand at 9.36am.
The driver of one vehicle had exited their vehicle by the time firefighters arrived.
The other had to be cut free from the car. Firefighters say she was not trapped but had to be cut free because of potential injuries.
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A spokesman for South West Ambulance Service said the man was taken from the scene in a neck brace and taken to the BRI with possible chest injuries.
The other driver, also a man, travelled to the BRI in a rapid response vehicle for a check up.
It is not believed either man has life threatening injuries.